Ceramic sculpture consists of various geometric shapes juxtaposed in a manner that gives the overall form stability. The base consists of two triangular shapes on either side of a hollow rectangular prism that curves slightly upward. The upward curve is supported at the end by an open trapezoidal-shaped block. A curved retanglular prism supports a sphere that in turn supports two open rectangular blocks supporing a conical shape with flared rim. Glaze colors are varied.