Cherry Key – Kintsugi


Inspired in part by Sycamore keys This Cherry sculpture is made of timber from the local village of East Portlemouth.  It stands at 28″ plus the base and is 10″ wide by 4″ deep.  Finished in oil this piece has settling cracks which have been gold leafed in the Kintsugi style, a Japanese art which celebrates cracking and breaking as part of the life of a piece most usually pottery.

JJ.

Categories: Indoor sculpture, wood

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