stick art sculpture #8415

Upside down. Most of the dancing wood sculptures are sticks turned upside down. Funny how the natural seems more human when it’s flipped over. These sticks are presented the way they grew. I refer to them as kickers since one “leg” of each stick “person” is kicked up.

Used individually they make cool hooks for hats or coats. I’ll do a post of some of those in the future.

This stick piece of stick art balances without the base. The little sculpture can slip into the base for added stability. Not sure if it looks better in it or out of it.

The balance was the important part so I didn’t want to attach a permanent base to it.

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Stick art sculpture #8415 by Christopher Pollock
Stick art sculpture #8415 by Christopher Pollock
Stick sculpture #8415
Stick sculpture #8415

About the author

Past: Tolerated the U.S. educational system as far as a Bachelors degree. Favorite sports were skateboarding, windsurfing and pole vaulting. Worked on many jobs and projects, giving me a wide variety of skills and experiences.

Present: People call me a renaissance man. I still enjoy variety and being productive. Probably why artwork is one of my lasting activities. Snowboarding and hiking are my favorite ways to recreate with my amazing wife and sons.



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