This figure, made of stoneware clay, was made by a Chicago area sculptor. The elegant woman as depicted is thinking about and relating to the Sculpture Park, the landscape she sits in. “Reverie” was sculpted in one large solid form, hollowed, cut apart, fired and then reassembled. The artist is interested in the infinite possibilities of the human figure as pure form and in psychological and emotional terms.
This sculpture was donated by the artist and is part of the Permanent Collection of the Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park.