An unidentified small partial figure stood on the Connick window sill in the Tavern Road Studio with the Head of a Young Girl, Dog’s Head and Head of a Man. There are two other items in the photo that are unidentified, one is low between the male Head and the Figure and the other covers part of the Young Girl and the Figure. Perhaps it is an unfinished part of the face of the girl, but the other possibility that presents itself to the eye is that the woman or girl is holding up a peanut-shaped object, making one think of a modern Madonna and Child. The figure has a very simplified and modern flat face, shoulder length hair, small breasts, right arm showing, and is carved down to the upper-mid thigh. The left side of the figure is indistinguishable.
All of these direct carvings are quite modern with simple clear lines, solid form and minimal detail.