Endymion gives us a thoughtful representation of feminine beauty. It is a visual rhythm that enlivens figurative sculpture, and although we may not be aware of the term 'Endymion' and its use, we have all certainly felt its impact when we are struck by the beauty of a sculpted figure. There is an emphasis on rhythm through repetition of form that is both tied to deep traditions, and refreshingly contemporary. The figure of the woman is sculpted with bold strokes. We sense that the piece was created in the clay with a sure and deliberate conviction – not the result of a tentative touch, or an unclear idea – the character of the woman is assertively felt in the voluptuousness of her form. She hails from our distant cultural past, but is undeniably modern in the way she has been imagined by the artist. Two figures form a beautiful wing-like form, adding another poetic dimension.