A Solid Song for Scriabin

1967

Carved Wood, Printer's Ink

60 x 55 x 50 cm

Destroyed

A Solid Song for Scriabin

The earliest works in wood offered another level of abstract gesture. They began the career long examination of natural situations. Mental in approach, they provided an opening into the later less abstract images of natural systems. Though the materials and techniques were satisfying, the approach proved too fragile for curatorial practices of the time. Nearly all examples of this period are lost.