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George Morrison created this three-dimensional cube by fitting together wooden pieces shaped in wavy and organic forms. The pieces are finely made and polished creating a finished smooth cube.

George Morrison based this oval sculpture off of a small stone churinga he saw at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. He formed the structure by combining two pieces of carved wood and placed it on a block of black marble.

Because the grand wood collages took so much time to make, Morrison often explored similar themes in drawings, rubbings, and prints. This lithograph, from a portfolio commissioned by Northwestern National Bank in Minneapolis, depicts a variety of…

This assemblage of found objects is one of Louise Nevelson's early painted wood sculptures. Composed of various geometrical forms, including curved, triangular, and rectangular shaped blocks of black painted wood, the work is highly abstract. Set…
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