Wood Sculptures "Tropical Fruits" - Nina Sloanne 2009
The wooden sculptures Tropical Fruits are not a normal still life of these two tropical fruits, pineapple and pitahaya, not at least as we would understand in traditional painting.
The wood sculptures have been made in Erythrina cristagalli.
Erythrina cristagalli which is nothing more than the scientific name for Ceibo, a tree that is closely related to Uruguay and Argentina, since in its branches the national flowers of both countries flourish, in Argentina it is the national flower officially as it was recognized as such by a decree of 1942.
The technique in which the sculptures have been developed makes the shapes of the fruits emerge from the hollowness in the design that represents the footprint that each of the tropical fruits would leave on the wood: pineapple - pitahaya.
Each of the sculptures is strung on a solid iron enamel base painted.
The result is two amazing and beautiful sculptures that by the express wish of the author are sold together.
They are a small format work of 17 centimeters in height by a base of 10 x 10 centimeters.
An excellent option to complete a dining room with a work art that represents two beautiful tropical fruits in a certainly imaginative way.
A work of undoubted artistic value, original and unique that if you are a good wood fan you should not let go these sculptures.
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Wood Sculptures “Tropical Fruits”: Technical Characteristics
- Wood sculpture of Erythrina cristagalli.
- Hollow design.
- Each sculpture is strung on a solid iron base enamel painted.
- Dimensions 17 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm each.
- Approximate weight 700 grams each.
- Single work.
- Author Nina Sloanne 2009.
The sculptures are sold together.
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