Michael Malpass (1946-1991) was blessed with creativity - his body of work included drawings, collages, paintings and assemblages, but he was best known for his sculpture, especially the spheres he forged from found industrial objects. He believed that the sphere was the most perfect form: “It is efficient. A sphere has the most volume for the least surface area. The sphere is both amorphic and geometric and the center is always equidistant from the surface. The sphere is whole. The form is simple, yet the surface is complicated. My sculptures are animated, yet peaceful.” Here, we see that animation and peacefulness, and are treated to a glimpse of the perfection he so sought.