david batzofin sculpture gallery

A new direction for me in 2016
The works featured here are for sale as either the pieces
or as limited edition photographic prints.
Almost all of these works contain items that I found on a beach
or on various bush walks.
The photographs will each be limited to a run of 10 prints
and will be on high quality photographic paper.
Stretched canvas prints are an option.
A first for me…
Two of my works will be for sale at this exhibition.
Excited and nervous at the same time.

This is the piece that was especially done for the exhibition.
It consists of Wildebeest horns mounted on a rock.

And this is the second piece that will be up for sale.
 Springbok horns, a warthog tusk and barbed wire,
mounted on a driftwood base.

Springbok horns with reclaimed metal

“Spinal Tip”
I did have a lot of fun putting this together.
Even though I have a couple of burns from hot glue.
Railway sleeper, spine, bone and old rusted kettle and cup
“Balancing act 1”
Bone, rock and pebbles
“A balancing act 2”
Bone, driftwood and pebbles
“A roll of the dice”
Pebbles, found wood, leg bone and a dice
“On the horn of a dilemma”
Impala horn with driftwood
“I will protect you”
Impala hip bone on driftwood with a small metal Ganesh.
A pigeon skull with a small(unidentified) bone
on driftwood
A pigeon skull with a small(unidentified) bone
on driftwood
My favourite piece…
Coral, a pansy shell, warthog tusk and a marble
mounted on a driftwood base
Driftwood and rusted wire, mounted on a wooden base
and including suspended semi-precious stone
Driftwood on driftwood
“I must go down to the sea again”
A collection of items found on various beach walks.
Bone, driftwood and a pebble.
Mounted on a metal base that was part of a printed press.
“Amandla”/ “Strike the Rock”
Leg bone on a rock
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