When a single form becomes two piece, unity of form is still possible.
One piece requires the other to feel whole, as does the other.
Sculptors are often disappointed when a piece they're working on splits, but I have always embraced this occurrence as an opportunity to explore the potential of oneness and create complimentary forms.
In this instance, the break occurred early in the process, providing much scope as to how these two pieces could 'Be' together.
The pieces mirror each other in their holding gesture and openness, both containing a balanced capacity for receptivity.