This collection of meaningful clay sculptures conveys a primal beauty while talking about the illegal poaching of elephants for their ivory. The artist has created a forest of 15 tusks to represent that every 15 minutes an elephant is killed. The coiled clay tusks are hand painted with illustrations inspired by ancient cave paintings. The tusks are smoke fired, referencing the 2016 Kenyan ivory stockpile burning where 105 tonnes of ivory were burned in an anti-poaching statement.
H60 – 90 cm
Smoke Fired Stoneware.
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