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Endeavour’s Hands, is an image expressing how I see our pathway through life.  It is seen above exhibited above at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria where it won National Works On Paper, 2018 People’s Choice Award.  Of around 2,000 visitors during the month of its opening to the public, here are just three of their remarks, “It was so fluid in its transition between mediums it kept me enthralled for quite some time”, Anonymous; “Outstanding & perfect”, Anonymous.  “Beautiful, clever, harmonious & moving”, Anonymous.  I love the expressive capability of hands, and use them to show the similarity between the challenges of our endeavours with those of a flowing river.  Life is not a smooth, straight forward path.  We’re faced with continual learning and decision making, turning us this way, then that way; reaching for the help of others or in turn offering them ours, yet always reaching forward.  Water flows with seemingly unimportant impact yet can cut its way through mountains.  The visual metaphor of strength and determination of something so fluid as a river inevitably meandering toward and reaching its destination, overcoming its obstacle offers both poignant example and parable to remember.  Water here is represented by the delicate, mere 8gsm Japanese handmade, translucent tissue called Tengushu.  The hands are of French, BKF Rieves 300gsm (NOT) cotton paper.  It is framed in a limed pine, satin varnished matching deep frame protecting the art behind the acrylic glazing.  A certificate copy of the award will be issued for the purchaser adding to its value.  All my art is extremely archival.

Endeavour’s Hands

Ray Besserdin - Paper Sculpture Artist

AUD$14,000
Size: 160w x 80h x 9d cms
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Sculptured Ethereal Flowing Hands in paper

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Endeavour’s Hands, is an image expressing how I see our pathway through life.  It is seen above exhibited above at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria where it won National Works On Paper, 2018 People’s Choice Award.  Of around 2,000 visitors during the month of its opening to the public, here are just three of their remarks, “It was so fluid in its transition between mediums it kept me enthralled for quite some time”, Anonymous; “Outstanding & perfect”, Anonymous.  “Beautiful, clever, harmonious & moving”, Anonymous.  I love the expressive capability of hands, and use them to show the similarity between the challenges of our endeavours with those of a flowing river.  Life is not a smooth, straight forward path.  We’re faced with continual learning and decision making, turning us this way, then that way; reaching for the help of others or in turn offering them ours, yet always reaching forward.  Water flows with seemingly unimportant impact yet can cut its way through mountains.  The visual metaphor of strength and determination of something so fluid as a river inevitably meandering toward and reaching its destination, overcoming its obstacle offers both poignant example and parable to remember.  Water here is represented by the delicate, mere 8gsm Japanese handmade, translucent tissue called Tengushu.  The hands are of French, BKF Rieves 300gsm (NOT) cotton paper.  It is framed in a limed pine, satin varnished matching deep frame protecting the art behind the acrylic glazing.  A certificate copy of the award will be issued for the purchaser adding to its value.  All my art is extremely archival.

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