Artist's description:

Sculpture: Driftwood and metal on Wood.

Wild Canadian Geese are part of the landscape where the artist lives. There, one can observe the mother geese teaching patiently her ducklings to fly. The young geese have to put a lot of effort to practice their flying skills in order to prepare for the long travels awaiting them.

In this special sculpture, driftwood were found in these shapes resembling perfectly the body of a goose. Even the proportions are exact and this is quite a wonder in itself. The metal pieces used to belong to an old car. In the old days, people would throw their old vehicles in the sea and we still find a lot of antique car parts on some beaches.

The sun below the geese is inspired from a native legend that says that wild geese can fly way over the sun.

A truly amazing piece for the advised collector!

Beautiful protective wood finish. All sculptures have followed extensive cleaning and sanding process in order to guarantee pristine conditions of the work of art.

A video of the piece can be supplied upon request.

Three wooden crates included with the piece. the geese are mounted on the stand separately, This allows them to swilvel beautifully in different positions.

Materials used:

Wood, metal

First Flight (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Niwan YOD from Canada

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