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Claire MorrisVortex, Zimbabwe opal stone, 41 x 14 x 24 cmsClaire studied Sculpture at Chelsea School of Art in the seventies and since then has concentrated on stone carving. Her recent work conveys a strong sense of movement and fluidity, with dynamic forms emerging out of the solid rock. Her work appears both solid and precarious, at the same time suggesting the opposing dynamics of balance and stability, fragility and strength. She has exhibited extensively in London and the South East and worked on a number of commissions for private and public spaces. She exhibits regularly with the Surrey Sculpture Society and has been a part-time tutor in Adult and Community Learning for 22 years. 'Much of my work is inspired by the innate forms contained in the materials, allowing the sculptures to emerge and develop throughout the carving.'Click here to view more work by Claire Morris