Vicky Randall Sculptor


Art is communication and my language is sculpture.  I began my form making

with figurative work and have progressed to biomorphic abstractions. Still, I am

drawn to the linear gesture of the human figure as it hints at the secrets of form

and reveals movement.  My sculptures have sinuous linear vertical emphasis counter balanced by strong flat curvilinear planes and converge with the tension and energies

of architectural mass.

As a sculptor I manipulate three-dimensional forms: choreographing movement,

structure, form, light, and sound to express my vision of the world.


My approach to sculpture is as a quest. All of my sculptures are titled “Clockworks.”  Clockworks are my attempt to understand and compile accounts about the nature

of time.  I use abstractions of steel and light to exemplify my own impression of time.  


My artistic motivation is that of an inventor.  Striving for simplicity, I demand

harmony between the landscape and the cityscape with my forms.  My work is

place-specific as all the elements are considered when developing a concept. 

My sculptures have been described as “having the presence of a stele – an

ancient maker, delineating not so much a place or boundary but a state of being”.



© Vicky Randall 2006. All Rights Reserved.