Size (in.):H: 17.00 x W : 13.00 x D : 9.00
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It is said that no two pieces of driftwood are quite the same.
Some, it would appear, have just a little bit more character or personality than others.
Metamorphosis , I think, can be described as being one of such pieces.
And just like everyone of us, we who have our own life’s story; ‘Meta’
has its’ also.
But only the expanded imagination can begin to consider the journey
of a single piece of wood that’s been adrift in a sea of eternity.
All the while, being sculpted solely be the unending hands of nature and time.
This is a treated piece of varnished and stain red oak, freshwater driftwood which has acquired its name by the unusual contours of its torso.
Purely out of a sense of novelty, the artist decided to place the sculpture
on a turnsile which allows it to be swiveled from front to front with just a slight touch of the hand.
I say ‘front to front’ because, you see, one view has been shaped to depict the torso of a man, while the other side shows that of a