A Complexity of Crows

From a clay master formed on a kitchen table in Nova Scotia, "Crows" was carved from old-growth red cedar – in a 5,000 mile cross-country journey from the interior of British Columbia to finally roost in Nova Scotia on a bench cut of Wallace Quarry sandstone overlooking the Northumberland Strait.

Winner of a 2016 CodaWorx Award for Residential Art, juried from more than 400 entries representing 45 countries.