Hammered Copper Ginkgo Branch Wall Sculpture...Since dinosaur days, the tree that Darwin called a "living fossil" has represented longevity and endurance to cultures around the world. Relatively unchanged for over 270 million years, the ginkgo is a testament to survivability. In fact, four ginkgos survived the Hiroshima bombings and flourish there to this day
Copper Dogwood Branch
Late 1930's. German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian children of Jewish descent were permitted to leave their countries and families on the Kindertransport; a train bound for Britain. These children ranged in age from infant to 17 and were placed with families in Britain. Many never saw their parents again.
Copper Gingko Branch, I have this piece in my home...striking.
Saree Silverman Sculpture - ceramic ginkgo leaves
Ginkgo sculpture by SilkeSpingiesShop on Etsy, 160.00
Button Tree Wall Art: 4 seasons, colorful button tree
Wow what a gorgeous tutorial, learn how you can make your own!
Nautilus Tabletop Sculpture...The Chambered Nautilus is elegant and fascinating. His shell is a compartmentalized natural logarithmic spiral (not a Fibonacci spiral, as some believe). He draws in water and forcefully expels it to move via jet propulsion. He controls buoyancy by adjusting the amount of gases in the chambers of his shell, and he rises or descends at will. Jules Verne’s Captain Nemo named his submarine the “Nautilus.” Brilliant!