Lovely carving work. and the whole design came together beautifully. I assume you cast it in pieces and then assembled.
I have posted photos of some of my pieces where I cast directly from natural materials -- gumnuts and Muraya seed…"
This is a lovely piece of work. Did you make the casting patterns from wax or from or from the actual plant material? I have been working on pieces cast in silver from patterns made of wax and plant material such as seed pods and…"
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