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The Rift in the Clouds 2 - Wolves by Kentaro Nishino
  The Rift in the Clouds 2  (2011)
Subject: Wolves
Dimensions (centimeters): 33 x 88
Medium: Acrylic on canvas, Japanese keyaki tree
Description: Memory of the Trees : I buy unpeeled logs and boards, and carve them with a saw or drill. The shapes vary from lumber to lumber, but I try to decide the shape of the canvas to go with the annual ring of the tree. I then try to get inspiration from the tree. From the annual ring, I feel the history and memory of the tree older than myself, the greatness, fragility and strength of life. I want to express what the tree has gone through in that tree, in my own way. I see trees as a mediator between mankind and animals, and I am careful at handling them, so they can convey my thoughts through my work, and can talk about the animals.

More detail :http://www.kentaronishino.com/C-rift-in-the-clouds2.html
 
Original Available For Sale: Yes
Price: $4,000.00 US


Limited Edition Available: No
 
 
Conservation Committment: 10% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
 
This artwork is dedicated to: Wolf Haven International  


 
   

 
 
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