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A Complexity of Crows

From a clay master formed on a kitchen table in Nova Scotia, Crows was carved from old-growth BC western red cedar – part of a 5,000 mile cross-country journey from the interior of British Columbia, across the mountains to Calgary, finally roosting in Nova Scotia to overlook the Northumberland Strait.

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