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Originals

KING BISON (MINT) original metal wall sculpture

Originals

KING BISON (MINT) original metal wall sculpture



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Description

The Bison, a symbol of the Great Plains, depicted in a salvaged metal wall sculpture constructed from hand-cut tin on wood and a handpainted vintage metal road sign. 

  • Medium: hand-cut salvaged tin metal on vintage sign
  • Size: 37.5" Diameter x 1.5" D
  • Hardware: ready to hang with wire on back
  • Part of a limited series each produced with a unique set of rescued materials

The Process

I spend a lot of time venturing around in the best places: the vast expanse of mountains and valleys, the quiet mystery of an abandoned farmstead, the serene yet very much alive banks of a river far into the forest and away from the roads... teeming with wildlife and elements of humankind, perhaps dropped or perhaps left with purpose. I come to these places to find space and inspiration, and to find the materials for my work: what I find on these riverbanks and derelict farms form the foundation of my reclaimed works. Hundreds of snips of my shears and hours of careful placement turn these gems from the forgotten into unique pieces full of - I hope - almost as much curiosity as I find in the wild.