Jeff Tritel Sculpture

Indecision

Indecision by Jeff Tritel

In the sculptor's words...

This is probably the most blatantly emotional work of the No Visible Means of Support series.  It has boots and feet and shoes all at the same time.  Its joints are in the wrong places.  It appears undressed in some places and dressed in others.  The hand doubles as hair.  The surface level of the sculpture at the back of the hip changes level three times.  One thing that surprised me was that this figure which I had seen as definitely male, other people perceived as female. Even the sex of this sculpture wasn't decided.  The gesture is one of repose.  It's a quiet, contemplative gesture and yet there are violent wounds at the knees.  This was my way of showing an emotional hurt, not a physical one.  The figure, after going through an emotional trauma, has to lean back, take stock and contemplate what the next move will be.

Bronze with patina
Edition limited to 10
Height 7.5"
Width 14"
Depth 7"
Weight 12 lbs.
Current Price $10,000

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