One of only two Doucet Saito sculptures using clay and stone; the other in in the Governor General’s residence in Quebec City.
“Another variation of their work is explored in a few contemporary pieces in which individual slabs, glazed and unglazed, are simply stacked one on top of the other to form a laminated pillar The resulting figure combines the solidity of an obelisk with the gaiety of French pastry”
(D.G. Jones 1985).
Stoneware and granite
126 x 34 x 28 cm
Pat and Norman Webster, North Hatley,
Koffler Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, 1990
Doucet-Saito Rétrospective de 1963 à
1990 (1990), exhibition catalogue