Aprille Best GLOVER____________________________More Stone Waves

Wave III, Alabaster, 8 in. by 10in. by 12in.,1998, Private Collection.

Which moving, Which still                      Spinning earth Helpless Water           Strange yet lovely that my foot is secure

Poetry is a integral part of Aprille Best Glover's sculpture. In this case the poem points to the natural world and how tides happen in large part because rotation of the earth. We think of the earth as steady and the ocean in motion, but in reality the earth spinning at tremendous speed and the water is trying to remain still....To Commission a Similar Work.

 

 Wave IV, Alabaster, 8 in. by 10in. by 12in.,1998, Private Collection.

Mind Water                                            Mathematical Ideal                                   Eternal spiral of Plato's cave       

To make from stone the shape of an ocean wave brings to mind many juxtapositions, Water can like the sculptor's hand modify the shape of stone. When stone is formed it is a molten liquid that flows like the sea. To Commission a Similar Work.

 

Wave I, Alabaster, 8 in. by 10in. by 12in.,1998, Private Collection.

Gentle water                                         Delicate Peace                                  Remind me I can laugh after the storm

Water is capable of a many moods as a person. Some waves are a gentle as the ripples made by skipping stones. Stone too has many moods. To Commission a Similar Work.

 

Wave II, Alabaster, 8 in. by 10in. by 12in.,1998, Private Collection.

For now does ride in on the crest of a wave           This eternal frozen present                      That divides memory from

Water is capable of a many moods as a person. Some waves are a gentle as the ripples made by skipping stones. Stone too has many moods. To Commission a Similar Work.The poems are underneath the bases as that the word add rather than distract from the visual form

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