Ceramic sculpture is non-representational hand-built slab pottery piece that was laid on an undulating form to dry. Rectangular, square, and circular holes cut into the surface are interspersed with applied rectangles glazed in different colors. The bottom and top of the piece are an irregular shape. The central part of the piece is glazed in matte white; the bottom surface from the proper left edge to just right of center has a black lustreware glaze with purple and blue highlights. A matte gray glaze creates a shadow effect backing the lustreware and extending to the proper right edge. The top of the piece is glazed in matte black fading to gray tones . Two long rectangular slab pieces fit parallel to one another between the surface and the base on the proper left side and extend vertically above the top and bottom. Two more long slab pieces run horizontally along the bottom between the top and the base. All are glazed a matte white with matte gray glaze on the very end. The vertical and horizontal slabs spearate the base of the piece from the undulating surface. The flat base allows the piece to hang flat against the wall. Top and bottom of base are also irregular in shape and glazed with matte white in the center and matte black on the edges. Piece is signed in the lower proper right corner.