CHRISTOPHER CURTIS

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Endless Puzzle, 2009

FREE STANDING SCULPTURE stone  
130 x 50 x 38 in
330 x 127 x 97 cm

Granite boulders.

A reference to Brancusi's Endless Column, Endless Puzzle is the reconfiguration of granite boulders as puzzle pieces. The sculpture has begun to take on the life of boulders in the natural environment, and moss has started growing on the granite. An example of the harmony of Curtis's sculpture: objects that blend naturally into the environment and yet retain the mark of man's intervention on the natural world.

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