And When the Power Came Back, They Danced
Dancer sculpture carved in naturally white tailed deer antler and mounted on driftwood. 27” h x 13” w.
Naturally shed deer antler, driftwood
27”L x 13” W x 7”D
After Hurricane Fiona, we spent 13 days without power or running water. When the power came back on, there was much celebration.
The antler, is a matched set of naturally shed white tail deer antler from a ranch in Alberta. I picked up this piece of driftwood in December of 2022, on the Range-Light Wharf in North Rustico Harbour, where large piles of debris were left behind in the wake of Hurricane Fiona.
This piece was shown in the 2023 Fiona Exhibitions hosted by the Lefurgey Centre in Summerside, PEI and the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown, PEI.
Drift wood is painted with a thin wash of acrylic paint so that the effects of the wear of the ocean are not hidden.
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|14 × 10 × 6 cm