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"Take Time to Dance"

comments (0) April 26th, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

davidcarve davidcarve, member
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A White Oak and Pine wood sculpture made using steam bending, fabric softener bending and heat bending techniques.  No metal fasteners were used, only a little glue and lots of friction based on jointery.

I call the sculpture "Take Time to Dance" because our lives are so hectic.  Smell the roses, enjoy some time with friends, enjoy nature, enjoy your family, take some time to dance.  It will be over before you know it.  Also make some plans for where you are goin next...a little book that has some great guidance is the Bible.


Design or Plan used: My own design - David Kostreva

posted in: Reader's Gallery, modern, carving, arts and crafts, white oak, pine, accessory, asian inspired, steam bending, art deco, art nouveau, fabric softener bending, heat bending, pine sculpture


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