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Wayne Saunders - "Jumping Fish"
W: 280mm x H: 230mm x D: 220mm
Approx. Weight: 1.5kg
This work is unframed
About "Jumping Fish"
A piece of Tambotie wood rescued from the firewood pile on a primitive Wilderness Trail in the African Dry Bushveld. The crystal is evocative of the living nature of moving water whilst the fish jumping reminds of a creature which lives underwater yet has momentary glimpses of light and air.
Nature and natural processes collaborate in the creation of my sculptures; wind, water,insects,and natural weathering all contribute to determining the subject. Stored sunlight in the form of the lignin in wood which is my favourite medium allows the energy of long gone sunrises and sunsets to shine through in the grain of the wood and the latent energy of this stored sunlight imbues creation with beauty.
A percentage of profits will be donated to The Wilderness Leadership School. The selected pieces of wood that become sculptures have been exhibited in natures gallery in some cases for decades, on windswept shores, the hot baking savannahs of Africa and flooding rivermouths where they disgorge into the southern oceans. I happen upon them and recognise the hidden and sometimes not so hidden forms within them. Each piece also contains a story of hidden journeys.
Transformative Wilderness guiding Specialist/ Natural Artist
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