Swoosh was carved from yet another scrap of translucent
white Italian alabaster. It's quite a striking piece, but it's best
seen in a bay window, with a few low potted plants around it, and
the morning sun streaming through it from behind. Then it really
shines, so to speak.
As an aside, note the difference in these two pictures. They
were both taken with the same camera, on the same background,
one right after the other. The only difference comes from the way
the camera adjusted itself for the conditions based on the bright
white (and somewhat opaque) patch of stone visible in the image
on the right. I fiddled with the images for a long time trying to
make them look similar, and finally gave up.
Swoosh sold before I managed to note the dimensions.
Doing my best to guess from memory, it is approximately 10 inches
high (including the base) and about that wide. The stone is
only 2 or 3 inches thick, but the tail of the base extends back
several more inches to provide stability.