Back Flip Orca
Back Flip Orca is dancing for joy with a smile on his face! Every sculpture, painting or print I have ever seen of an Orca, has portrayed the Orca’s body arched in the opposite direction to what you see here. In reality, it is impossible for an Orca to bend over backwards as I have depicted. I was delighted with the outcome of this artistic license, and I’m pleased with the negative shape created in the center of the sculpture.
Truly one of a kind, sculpted from Chlorite mined in the Kootenay Mountains in Southeastern British Columbia, near the Alberta border. The base is Quartz Crystal from the Miller Mountain Mine in Arkansas, USA.
9” H x 12” W x 8” D | $1,350 US
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