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Mel Schockner

 

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Small Bronzewood Eagle

H 9",W 9.5", D 4"

 

Bronzewood

Purpose of the Wings 1

 

Price $1850.

 

 

Out of the flames of affliction

I brought you at great length;

I bare you upon eagle's wings

over trials beyond your strength.

 

I did it for one reason,

to bring you unto Me.

Your eyes look on my promises,

but their fullfillment you can't see.

 

 

Your heart longs for the meager crumbs

of a kingdom cold and dark,

and cannot see the banquet

prepared inside My heart.

 

Communion with the most High God,

true abandon in His love,

is the feast the Lamb provided

when He shed for us His blood

 

and allowed us to come unto Him,

the purpose of the wings

He supplies through revelation

and the joy repentance brings.

 

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     This bronze-wood meld is curiously eye-catching. The weathering on the juniper was so deep and distinctive that it brought out the contrast between polished and rough wood beautifully. Also, the deep alligator skin pattern of the weathered wood, provided excellent habitat for the melding. It is really difficult to tell bronze from wood on this unique piece.
     Is it wood or bronze? "Bronzewood" an innovative sculptural concept the artist recently developed by co-mingling the ancient mediums of wood and bronze. The transition point between wood and bronze is nearly imperceptible due to the artist's ability to take the wood deep into the bronze sculpture, and the skill of the patiniere to reproduce the weathered grays of rough wood.

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