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Matanzas River Swamp Bowl

Swamp Cedar with Epoxy Resin by Dale Peterson
(8 in. x 12 in.) 

“Only naturally shed driftwood is used. Hard carved. There is a form to be found in many pieces of naturally shed swamp forest trees and their branches or roots. The end of life organic material can be a fascinating media. Carved to follow the original growth of the tree (plant) and made to be of a form that is also utilitarian. Small stones and even insect borrowing begin the carving process. Nature through tropical storms and even hurricanes begin the harvesting , tidal flows create a refining of shape similar to rock tumbling. As an artist I merely respect all that and take the form to a stage where it seems to tell me it wants to go.”

Artwork purchased online may be picked up at the St. Augustine Art Association (22 Marine Street) on or after December 30 during regular gallery hours (Tuesday through Sunday, 12:00 – 4:00pm) or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 

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Artwork purchased online from the Fantastic Florida Show may be picked up at the St. Augustine Art Association (22 Marine Street) on or after December 30 during regular gallery hours (Tuesday through Sunday, 12:00 – 4:00pm) with a copy of your receipt, or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). Please contact STAAA to arrange: info@staaa.org or (904) 824-2310 (Mon-Fri).

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Dimensions 8 × 12 in

The St. Augustine Art Association is partially funded by grants from the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, the St. Johns Cultural Council, the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida‘s Crisp-Ellert Fund, and the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Benjamin & Jean Troemel Arts Foundation.

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