Lunch - A Wood Sculpture

Lunch is a Cycladian (early Greek) figure being eaten by a fish. The table cloth is solid with about 3/8 inch thick fortan (a high tech gypsum used in art and outdoor architectural applications).

Structure is plywood and dense polyurethane foam covered by "Shell Shock" a hard two part polyurethane material that makes it structurally strong.
Wood in the tiles includes: Maple - shirt; boxwood - hand and face, amboyna burl - tie; vera wood - fish body; Satinwood - briefcase; ebony - menu, briefcase handle and trim , table legs.

Dimensions: 68" high x 39"long x 28"wide.

This is an example of my signature style in wood where I add wood chosen for its color to a structure.

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