Pamela Weir-Quiton, Big Mama in a Biased Cut Dress, Picasso Head, Big Mama Doll #1
Big Mama in a Biased Cut Dress (Left), 1992
Shedua and Maple with Ebony eyes.
Intended as sculptural serving boards, these robust figures feature Weir-Quiton’s use of pattern, tone, and contrast.
Picasso Head (center), 1966
Birch, Walnut, Vermillion, the cheek is purpleheart and the eye is rosewood on an engraved ebony stand.
This piece is an example of how Weir-Quiton puzzles her sculptures together from various wood blocks.
Big Mama Doll #1 (Right), 1972
Walnut and Birch with Ebony eyes, curved neck, precision polka dots.