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Pisces-5

Pisces-5

An assembly of random curvilinear shaped pieces of 1 inch thick cedar and pine.
48" H x 72" W

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Pink Flamingo

Pink Flamingo

The Pink Flamingo was assembled using hot melt adhesive, solid polyrethane foam and shavings of pine, cedar, bocote, wenge and wormy driftwood. The eye is a seashell and the bird is mounted in a dried hickory stump.
75" H x 40" W
Price: $1600.00    
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The Rooster

The Rooster

This sculpture was assembled using dyed wood shavings(cedar and driftwood), hot melt adhesive, a shell eye and a cyprus log stand.
68" H x 24" W

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Blue Heron

Blue Heron

The blue heron was assembled using hot melt adhesive, solid polyurethane foam and shavings fo pine, oak, wenge and wormy driftwood. The eye is a sea shell and the bird is mounted in an aged hickory stump.
84" H x 24" W
Price: $1400.00    
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Ucello-1

Ucello-1

This whimsical bird was assembled using hot melt adhesive, solid polyurethane foam and shavings of pine, mahogany,African hardwoods and wormy driftwood. The bird's eye is an ammonite fossil and its claws are made from sea shells
60" H x 30" W
Price: $800.00    
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Kiwi-4

Kiwi-4

This whimsical depiction of a kiwi involved the use of hot melt adhesive and shavings of pinek bubinga, padauk, purpleheart, wenge and mahogany. The eye is an ammonite fossil and the claws are made from seashells
60" H x 48" W
Price: $800.00    
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Green Backed Heron

Green Backed Heron

This is a whimsical representation of a green backed heron. It was assembled using hot melt adhesive and shavings of mahogany, padauk and wenge. It is perched on a driftwood log and salvaged rope; the assembly is mounted on distressed plywood.
17" H x 12" W
Price: $350.00    
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Blue Heron Stalking

Blue Heron Stalking

This bird was assembled using hot melt adhesive and shavings of pine, cedar and wormy driftwook. The eye is a seashell and the birds sits on an aged cyprus stum.
69" H x 29" W
Price: $1400.00    
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Swallowtail Butterfly

Swallowtail Butterfly

This is the first of a series of four large butterflies-each of which will be 6-7 feet long. The butterfly was assembled using wood shavings dyed with clothing dye, hot melt adhesive, solid polyurethane foam, and thin plywood. The eye is a large ammonite fossil.
48" H x 78" W

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