There are many possible interpretations of John Searles', Family Sculpture.
- There is a familiar structure as there are four separate images with the biggest two being in the middle - possibly representative of a traditional family of two parents and two children.
- Continuing with the traditional image, the colors could represent a boy next to his mother and a girl next to her father. The green figure is the biggest so the suggestion of a more dominant father-figure emerges.
- Note also how the green figure is the only really upright figure...
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