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  • Description:

    A response to the periodic bushfires we experience in Australia, this piece includes a poem titled 'Sclerophyll' by Australian poet Mike Ladd which perfecly captures the emotional impact of a major bushfire.
    The piece is handbuilt and fired to stoneware. Delivery can be negotiated in SE Australia. The poem reads:
    'Even at this distance I can tell those clouds are rising too fast to be water-
    blues and greys of vapourised hills, an engine thrashing itself.
    Veiled and shimmering fire, muslin of summer extinction-
    clamour of the news, all the wailing of some others cost.
    My beautiful eucalypts, what treacherous bastards you are.'
    Mike Ladd.

    Provenance / History of This Item:

    Built in 2012, and exhibited at the 2012 Jindivick Sculpture Show and the 2013 Tessellaar Sculpture Show.

    Listing Number: 2737905975

  • Subject:
    Other
    Style:
    Contemporary
    Medium:
    Ceramics
    Image/object size (inches):
    35.43 (height)
    15.75 (width)
    15.75 (depth)
    Overall size (inches):
    35.43 (height)
    15.75 (width)
    15.75 (depth)

    NOTE:

    The above image is an estimate of the size of the image/object compared to an average person. Box will only show a max 70 inches height x 70 inches width.

For Sale by Artist

Jindivick, Australia

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Cost: USD $512.16

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