Size: 44 x 25cm, 30 cm d, Media: paper maché, ARRANGE SHIPPING WITH THE ARTIST
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Corvid is another word for crow and Corvid Corone means Carrion Crow; a coincidence I couldn’t resist. The figure commands attention reminding me of Lord Kitchener but with a slightly different message.
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I have been fashioning felt in 2D and 3D form for 15 years now and am endlessly fascinated by the new directions it affords as an art form as well as a craft. It truly blurs the boundary. It also…View artist profile