Alistair Heseltine - Using nature as art is nothing new, but what I really like about his sculptures and designs are the distinct lines created from natural sources, like the tree above. He makes formations that teeter on the ledge between natural and man-made, making us think both about the art and the elements used to create it. Woodart, Wood Art, Trees Art, Hands, Logs, Yard Art, Wood Sculpture, Wood Pile, British Columbia
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Driftwood Sculptures by Debra Bernier. "This unique sculpture is quit moving I feel. She is fractured, a deliberate working of the original piece of driftwood. A perfect circular stone decorates the bottom of the piece as dose a webbed stone of similar colours. She has a very beautiful and calm face which I hope someone will cherish."
We still use wood heat (with electrc backup, of course). There is something about having a wood pile that makes winter magical.