“The juxtaposition with the field is a vital one. The sculpture is a great polished piece of varied and interactive facets in the blackest South African granite. It is strong and delicate, brooding or brilliant, depending on your vantage point and the light and time of day. It is a piece that like the land itself faces a constant meeting with the elements and changes with them, moment by moment, and season by season
(Eve McBride, The Gazette, 1995).
Reflet de Lune
173 x 51 x 53 cm
George and Ann McLaren, Ogden, Quebec, Canada
Doucet Saito Sculptures 1989-2006 (2006), Canada House exhibition catalogue