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Ryan Butler


This piece is inspired by the natural phenomenon in Mexico of limestone pools with clear, blue waters.

It is 7" in diameter and 4" high. It has a natural top surface, textured top opening, and a "pool" with dyed wood and then filled with clear resin. The pool then shows the swirling wood grain through the resin.

I used boxelder from a hollowed tree and joined two pieces with the hollowed edges in to form the blank with a cavelike, see-through interior.

It is in my Double Natural style for both the top and bottom of the form have natural surfaces.
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