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More desperately complicated Bog Pine. The piece is "Beauty and the Beast". The Beast is supporting The Beauty. The Beast slightly wobbling whilst The Beauty revels in all the glory. Care of your Scottish Bog Wood Sculpture All the ancient wood that my sculptures are formed from has been cured in the open air for at least four years, subjected to sun, rain, wind, frost and snow. This process should ensure that the sculpture does not crack once finished and displayed. However, I recommend that you site your sculpture away from radiators, fires and windows as extreme temperature and light conditions sometimes may alter your sculpture. The best place to site your sculpture is in a cool room out of direct sunlight. Once completed all my sculptures are treated with Clear Briwax (a blend of Bees wax and Carnauba waxes) which gives a natural sheen, however this sheen may fade over time. It is recommended re-applying Clear Briwax approximately once every four months. This treatment prevents excessive drying out of the wood and reduces but sometimes cannot completely prevent cracking or widening of existing cracks. Enjoy your sculpture, appreciate it’s mood and shape change with the long shadows of the early morning and late evening. Slainte mhath Iain Davidson
W 8.50" x H 28.25"
W 21.59 cm x H 71.76 cm
Ancient Bog Wood (Pine)
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About the Artist

Interviewed by Irene Creswell (Freelance Journalist) prior to Henley Exhibition 2011. Irene "Do you have any formal training or qualification as a sculptor or artist or in wood craft?" Iain: None at all…….. I feel this is actually an advantage, I have no outside influences. My artwork is origi...

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