International Sculpture Center

   

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Elizabeth Miller McCue

Cell of Myself
2006
33 x 27 x 27
Bronze w/Patina

In the sphere being is gathered and concentrated around a center. As a form it has many levels of reference, among them, the macrocosms and the microcosms, the world and individual man. Cell of Myself, with its stark contract of a smooth industrial surface wrapped and encased in a random arrangement of organic branches, is an image of a state of mind, the self intact and whole but surrounded by the chaos of the world.