THE MATTERS OF SIZE AND THE URGE TO ANTHROPOMORPHISE:
These are "Emotional Support Sculptures" made during the lockdown of the Pandemic and each has a title from a Motown song. I grew up in Detroit hearing this music as it came out on the radio in the back of my mom's VW in the 1970s. There is an allowance of imperfections, something childlike, I've let remain in these sculptures.
They are meant to be enjoyed in small spaces, amongst other things we collect over the years. They are specifically non-monumental.
I like to think of them as being personal talismans or beings that wish the best for you which you can talk to, like a plant or a pet. They don't need blessings or ceremony to become imbued with spirit. The owner decides what role the sculpture will take in their life. The sculpture is at your service.