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Inspired by Nature and the Human form, a chopped limb from a Texas Mesquite tree becomes a very sensual, mysterious object with the use of the Ancient Japanese technique of Yakisugi, or Shou-sugi-ban, the repeated, deep charring of the wood under high flame. Layers of wood are removed to reveal what was always present.
Inspired by Nature and the Human form, a chopped limb from a Texas Mesquite tree becomes a very sensual, mysterious object with the use of the Ancient Japanese technique of Yakisugi, or Shou-sugi-ban, the repeated, deep charring of the wood under high flame. Layers of wood are removed to reveal what was always present.
Inspired by Nature and the Human form, a chopped limb from a Texas Mesquite tree becomes a very sensual, mysterious object with the use of the Ancient Japanese technique of Yakisugi, or Shou-sugi-ban, the repeated, deep charring of the wood under high flame. Layers of wood are removed to reveal what was always present.
Inspired by Nature and the Human form, a chopped limb from a Texas Mesquite tree becomes a very sensual, mysterious object with the use of the Ancient Japanese technique of Yakisugi, or Shou-sugi-ban, the repeated, deep charring of the wood under high flame. Layers of wood are removed to reveal what was always present.
Inspired by Nature and the Human form, a chopped limb from a Texas Mesquite tree becomes a very sensual, mysterious object with the use of the Ancient Japanese technique of Yakisugi, or Shou-sugi-ban, the repeated, deep charring of the wood under high flame. Layers of wood are removed to reveal what was always present.
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Benjamin Arseguel

United States

Sculpture, Wood on Steel

Size: 8 W x 32 H x 7 D in

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Inspired by Nature and the Human form, a chopped limb from a Texas Mesquite tree becomes a very sensual, mysterious object with the use of the Ancient Japanese technique of Yakisugi, or Shou-sugi-ban, the repeated, deep charring of the wood under high flame. Layers of wood are removed to reveal what was always present.

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Size:8 W x 32 H x 7 D in

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