Swimming Sedna in Antler
Spectacular Sedna carved in Antler. The face is exquisitely carved. The natural lines and abstract feel of the antlers makes this a contemporary masterpiece. Sedna is an important Inuit creation story of sea mammals. Early Sedna sculptures depicted a woman on a seal body whereas contemporary versions are more mermaid-like. Base has small chip at back (not visible on display). Matching signature on both Antler and Base.
Artist: KCL (with rabbit face signature)1; 997
Piece named: Ninu Spiritus Sanctus
Dimensions: 7" x 17" x 11" or 17.5cm x 43.5cm x 28cm
Weight: sculpture and base 5 lbs