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A personal response to Oslo’s Vigeland Park (the world’s largest sculpture garden devoted to a single artist), this patinated bronze vase explores the relationship between the organic and the man-made. The openings around the vase form a frame for the flowers or plants within it, creating a juxtaposition between the grounded weight and seemingly eternal character of the object and the changing and changeable nature of its contents.

A personal response to Oslo’s Vigeland Park (the world’s largest sculpture garden devoted to a single artist), this patinated bronze vase explores the relationship between the organic and the man-made. The openings around the vase form a frame for the flowers or plants within it, creating a juxtaposition between the grounded weight and seemingly eternal.

A personal response to Oslo’s Vigeland Park (the world’s largest sculpture garden devoted to a single artist), this patinated bronze vase explores the relationship between the organic and the man-made. The openings around.

A personal response to Oslo’s Vigeland Park (the world’s largest sculpture garden devoted to a single artist), this patinated bronze vase explores the relationship between the organic and the man-made. The openings around.