Alexander de Vol
Uncanny Medusaform is a wooden decorative object by artist Alexander de Vol. Playing with material perceptions, Alexander has mimicked the appearance of patinated metal to produce a deliberately ambiguous, hand-carved vessel made from the wood of a Cherry tree. Sourcing his wood from ecologically felled trees, Alexander has created a fascinating collection of work, exclusively for The New Craftsmen, which incorporates the unique quirks and natural features of ancient British hardwoods.
Material: English Cherry tree, bronze powder, microcrystalline wax
Dimensions: Height: 21cm, L: 26cm Width: 26cm
Care Instructions: Avoid contact with water, clean with a dry cloth and handle with care