This intricate biomorphic sculpture is the artist’s personal interpretation, of the myriad of exotic underwater floral forms, such as those found in coral reefs.
Coral reefs are among one of the greatest natural wonders of the world’s oceans. They come in a seemingly infinite array of shapes and teem with life, but their beauty is matched by their fragility.
Through the use of the artist signature medium, (of which this art piece is solely crafted from) the artist is able to create surreal forms expressing growth and motion, which best celebrate the fragile beauty of the oceans complex flora and fauna.
 
Dimensions: H 74cm x W 24.5cm x D 18.5cm
Medium: Polycaprolactone, Antique wooden base
Year created: 2014
Artpieces on display at the Summer Salon at Leyden Gallery London.
Anthozoa II
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Anthozoa II

Unique smart plastic sculpture inspire by the organic forms of corals and underwater flowers.
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