traces of water on Mars
2009 Size H: 12 in W: 14 in D: 7 in
Available for Purchase - $3,700
As a retired earth scientist, I’m fascinated by the mounting evidence that there was once abundant liquid water on Mars. But, perhaps our paradigm is wrong; perhaps when we get there we’ll find the water in apples sequestered beneath the Martian soil. Figure and base sculpted from a single block of pittosporum wood with inlays of ebony, holly and chak-te-koke. Finished with wood bleach, aniline dyes, and acrylic poyurethane.
The logos are inlaid ebony, holly, chak-te-koke, vera and breadfruit. The apple is chak-te-koke with a vera leaf
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