Carved from Yorkshire stone from a local quarry, with uniform colouring and a carefully sanded finish.
The eye is constantly teased by the symmetrical but extraordinary complement of angles forming one surface.
The sculpture is mounted on a 25 x 900mm stainless steel rod. Please ask if you would like advice on installation.
The geometric form contrasts well with foliage and natural forms when sited in a border.
The set square is one of the basic necessities of life for mathematicians, builders, carpenters, architects and many others. Here, I have explored the form of the set square, warping the surfaces.