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Whilst on a local walk close to Grenoside, Sheffield, my wife pointed out this magnificent natural phenomena. What you see is an English Oak growing through and splitting solid sandstone; a perfect meld of wood and rock; the survival of this tree depended on it being able to exhibit this amazing quality in search for water and anchorage. It wasn't until we got back home and looking at the work that it seemed to "Bear" a resemblance to a large Grizzly Bear sitting down at a table and what's strange is the bark of the Oak actually looks like fur, hence the title of this artwork.
We hope you like this limited edition print; it is my usual formulae of a maximum print run of 10 with each print numbered and tagged to its own Certificate of Authenticity.
Thank you for looking at our work, kindest regards
Mark Lupton

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Metallic Paper

And the Bear sat down to eat his Porridge! (2014)


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Mark Lupton

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