Small abstract sculpture multi-color soapstone

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Small abstract sculpture natural multicolor soapstone on alabaster base. New carving from the four element series fire.Hand carved artwork of a symbolized flame

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Original artwork natural hand carved multi color soapstone small abstract sculpture The stone is one solid piece deep green base color with brown,cream, and black spots and veins on a white Alabaster free form shape base The carving created on the traditional old school way using only hand tools The polishing made with standard sandpapers to get a smooth silky finish up to 2000 grit The soapstone is pinned and glued with stone epoxy to the base Signed and dated. By being fascinated of old wisdom symbols, I carved the four elements, this small abstract sculpture represent a flame or the symbol of fire.

8.5″ x 3.75 x 1.75″
22 x 9.5 x 4.5 cm
1.060 kg.

I can carve your original idea from this type or other available stones. The four element symbols are also available on stone coasters.

Showcase of original sculptures, and colorful stone carvings direct by Canadian artist. Soapstone and alabaster stones are the main medium, but some interesting stone specimen carvings also available for purchase. All carvings, by Gabriella /sagastone/ signed and dated, an authentication certificate always attached with the carving.
Custom carving request always welcome. Soapstone and alabaster pieces on stock most of the time, however all carving require different size and color.

1 review for Small abstract sculpture multi-color soapstone

  1. Valerie

    I bought a few of Gabriella’s stone carvings as props for my mala and jewelry photos and I love them both. The carving is minimalist yet detailed enough to convey the spirit of both the stone and the animals. Her work is top notch and the order was very well packaged and arrived very fast. Thanks Gabriella!

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