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'NEXUS' African wonderstone (prophyllite). My inspiration for this piece is that every day, my job allows me to witness eagles in their natural habitat. The eagles, mostly have grown accustomed to us squealing along the rails alongside them. Some don't pay us attention at all, focusing solely on the prey that the mighty Thompson river supplies. It is this connection between the eagle and salmon that has caught my attention. The eagle within the fish, within the eagle.    12"x8"x4"


One of by first stone sculptures. Around 2001. Local Serpentine stone with beautiful blue, green brown colors. The bear alone is polished to give contrast . Approx 14"x12"x9"

Brazilian soapstone, local serpentine

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