“His work, which is rife with Surrealist biomorphisms and the rich wood tones of Danish modern, evokes Brancusi, early Calder and Noguchi mixed with bits of Nevelson and H. C. Westermann. But Mr. Comins accommodates these associations with an easy sophistication and palpable integrity and an almost infallible sense of touch, scale and composition. His way with wood encompasses its traditions in art, furnituremaking and architecture.