Copper and Fenland bog oak 
Dimensions: 10 x 18 x 4.5cm approx

This piece is inspired by the Fenland landscape itself. With its man-made geometric field systems, straight lines and architectural form it is almost the antithesis of nature and our image of the countryside. Mankind’s hand is evident everywhere. Hand-pierced parallel lines suggest tracks of machinery, the curves are a cross-section of drainage channels. 
The bog oak used dates from 3300 BC and originates from the Fens.

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