Artist's description:

Sculpture: Wood on Stone.

Kaishin is a Buddhist name meaning Ocean of Faith in Japanese. The close resemblance to prayerful hands was the inspiration for the name of this magnificent ancient resinated natural wood sculpture. Mounted on a rare large Dodecaceria Fewkesi or "False Brain Coral", these "stones" are made by sea worms that convert seawater into calcium to build their habitat. Kaishin is a one of a kind Zen like sculpture shaped by the hand of Mother Nature.

Materials used:

Wood and Stone

Kaishin (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Scott Brunton from United States

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