Most people sense when they've drifted onto the high plains of the masculine psyche, because the signposts are obvious — dangerous edges, metal, and jagged wood are dead giveaways. So are hard surfaces, any kind of camouflage, dark hooded features and Terry Palmer's sculpture.
"I don't use the broken rough ends anymore," he said. "I didn't have enough control. When I look at the older pieces, it's like a stepping stone."