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Wood sculpture, stone and metal, representing the impact between two stellar bodies.
  • Material : Walnut, elm and cherry wood
  • Color : Red, yellow, gray, black, cream
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Wood sculpture, stone and metal, representing the impact between two stellar bodies.

  • Type personnalisé : 5155
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes
  • Installation : À poser
  • Dimensions : 17cm side and 41cm high

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Sculpture of a stellar impact, made of wood, metal and natural stone.

The two balls representing planets were turned, then bleached. The largest (walnut) was then carved to reveal the craters. After that, both balls were etched at high voltage to form the black fractals that run through them; kinds of seismic faults. To enhance the impression of warmth, I tinted them in red, orange and yellow. The "corole" representing the ejection of matter is cherry tree and was turned and cut before being associated with the two stars. To stay in the mineral, the base of the sculpture is natural stone. I realized the rod supporting the planets in a piece of reinforcing iron, stripped and bent, as if it had bent under the impact.

Manufacture of glass beads and assembly of the jewel made entirely in the workshop Catherine C. Delivered by postal package with insurance, in a black cardboard box.

Craftsman
Rondeur Boisée - Bernard CAILLET

Woodturning has always been a captivating show for me. When the opportunity arose, it is quite natural that I leave Biology and Environmental Education for a fresh start. For me, the woodturning started in 2008, after being trained for more than 6 months with a turner. Installed as a craftsman since 2009, I create works of art and everyday objects in turned wood. My creations vary according to the seasons, my moods, my desires, my meetings ... The only constant is the nature that brings me an inexhaustible source of inspiration. In a constant evolution, I regularly train with renowned professional turners ... and I am now a trainer.