Diana's Stole, bronze with 200 year old reclaimed local wood. Edition 1 of 3 has sold; the artist could be commissioned to create a new sculpture.
Creating a moment of warmth and protection, a fox lies lazily across Diana’s shoulders. It is a tender union between woman and animal, where the huntress and her prey make a pact of mutual survival. Standing atop a wooden house they strive to make a home together—a moment of peace in a shifting landscape. Diana and the fox will by half-life size and cast in bronze. Their home will be made from the reclaimed joists.