The centerpiece of my “Crucifixion Series” is this very powerful Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) skull that I placed on this Celtic Cross that I designed. The skull is over 50 years old and has 19 inch (48cm) Ivory tusks with authentic Eskimo scrimshaw carved into it.
Synopsis of the project:
As human development continues we are endangering many species on the
planet and driving them to extinction therefore I created crosses with 5
real animal skeletons and skulls on them. Crucifixion was originally for murderers, thieves, slaves, etc. What are we doing now to our fellow species?The same.
Polished Stainless Steel, 77x44 in (196x112cm) 150ibs (68 kg)
I present “Lynx Rufus”, one of the 5 skeletons for my “Crucifixion” sculptures series that will debut at Aqua Art Miami next week. 65x40in. Steel, ribar with wood base.
premise of this project questions the inability of the Human race to
live and share our planet with our fellow animals. We are taking over
the earth and driving to extinction a great number of species. We are
inhabiting their space. We are invading it. We need to learn,
and quickly, on how to cohabitat on this planet with all forms of
Te presento “Lynx Rufus”, uno de los 5 esquelotos en mi serie “Crucifixión”. Este proyecto debutará en Aqua Art Miami durante la próxima semana. 65x40in. Acero con una base de madera.
The premise of this
sculpture project of mine questions the inability of the Human species to live and share
our planet with our fellow animals therefore driving to extinction a great number of species.
This is the second of 5 sculptures that will debut at Aqua Art Miami during Art Basel week in Miami in December 2015.
Crucifixion, in the Pre-Christian era was usually reserved for slaves, disgraced soldiers and murderers.
Sculpture shown. “Hanuman” 65x46 in 90 lbs.
Materials used: Real Monkey Skeleton, steel, copper, brass, wood, blood, sweat and tears.