Douglas Jeal Sculptures - Table-top Per...


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These pieces are not maquettes but were made to express different sculptural ideas on a small and tactile scale; they could be defined as neo-constructivist. They are made from clear transparent, coloured translucent or opaque acrylic, singly or in combination.

Static or rhythmic in balance and movement, these pieces can engage the viewer with the formal language of sculpture, from the earlier cone-shaped pieces deriving from the ceramic Lohans of the Tang Dynasty to the latest installation-in-miniature pieces which deal with form in relation to a given space.