Mark Lindquist-Revolutions in Wood, Lia Cook-Material Allusions

polychromed cherry
Collection of the artist
Photography by Paul Avis

This sculpture is named for a famous late twelfth-century Japanese samurai warrior who, after personal tribulations, withdrew from the world to live as a hermit deep in the mountains outside Kyoto. The artist has interpreted this figure as a dark, solitary, and meditative sculpture, made from a tree trunk.

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