A egg clings precariously to an unlikely crevice in the wood. This piece speaks to the fragility and tenacity of life, and the hope found within the egg form. The hollow ceramic egg was hand formed and fired in the “Naked Raku” technique. The wood was found on the on the beach near my home in Campbell River. It has been carved to accept the egg, stained, waxed and polished. A pin has been attached to hold the egg in place.
This piece is wired to hang securely to the wall, and measures approximately 41″ in length, and 6″ deep.
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