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Art can manifest itself as many different physical forms. A painting or a sculpture fits the definition of visual art very clearly. A sculpture is an object, but so is a steering wheel. A painting is a flat plane, but a panel is too - so is an island a piece of land surrounded by water. If an object or a flat plane can be art, so can an island also fall into that category. On these pages, which I call FORMS by lack of a better word, I attempt to categorize my work and subdivide it into groups which are shown below.
Categorizing sculpture in a different manner than what art historians are used to, is another approach towards defining art as recognizable forms.