Artist Debbie Quick's bedtime sculptures depict bald baby-sized people in bed. It's unclear if they're meant to actually be babies as their faces look more wrinkled than that of an infant. In some of these pieces, two babyish figures lay in bed facing one another, staring into each other's eyes and in some cases, making faces. However, other sculptures feature multiple baby figures in one bed.
The most intriguing part about these sculptures is the connection some of these figures seem to have. While some of these bald figures gaze up at the ceiling as if they were pondering something, others stare straight into each other's eyes in a way that suggests a closeness or a special bond of some kind.
These intriguing bedtime sculptures are viewed in a dark room, which is fitting considering that these figures are curled up in bed.