Saturday, 6 December 2014

[] Wooden Sculpture With A Modern Twist


Wooden Sculpture With A Modern Twist
It might look, at first, like someone's been messing with the photos of Paul Kaptein's wood sculptures. But no, the distorted "glitch" effect is a completely real-life phenomenon. The sculpture is carved to include the warped shape that makes it so striking.
The piece, which is titled and in the endless sounds there came a pause, is completely hand-carved from a Malaysian wood called jelutong, and depicts a figure sitting in a meditative pose. While the figure isn't definitively that of a monk, his robes and bald head suggest the monastic life.
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