In Gillian Christy’s current show at the Boston Sculptors Gallery, “Course” her signature vocabulary of buds, leaves, wind and waves has morphed from the monumental to the intimate. While her outdoor work in stainless steel ranges in scale from 10-100 ft tall, she draws the viewer into her intimately scaled pieces, in this brand new show. At one to two feet tall, these playfully windswept, whirling dervish sculptures are perched on handsomely fashioned, composite wood pedestals that evoke a hammered steel patina. As Murray Dewart , one of the founding members of the Boston Sculptors Gallery, remarked, ‘she handles the material like butter. ‘ A wheel sprouts wings, a fence becomes a ladder, and buds sprout into leaves, in many of her sculptures. Neither her imagination nor her skill have reached the limit of their possibilities. The exhibition and accompanying catalogs: Sculpture Inside & Sculpture Outside fill the viewer with insights into her artistic vision.