|David Burns primarily uses natural materials to create a conversation with the viewer and their natural world. Creating connections within spaces, both indoors and out, for the viewer to relax and contemplate thoughts provoked by the actions of the artist.|
Since finishing his degree at the Winchester School of Art in 2009, were he specialised in Sculpture, he has been exhibiting work across America in Minnesota, Vermont and New York.
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Contemporary British sculptor
|'Thinking Space' by David Burns|
|Description: This work created at the Franconia Sculpture Park, Minnesota, was a reaction to the surrounding grounds of the park. The desire to create a space in which the viewer could take comfort within the environment, giving an opportunity to reflect, contemplate or to just simply relax.|
The exterior is subtle and unknown. Resembling a buriel mound or paganistic place of worship, it provokes the human reaction to see inside.
Once inside there are a number of things to notice, the mirror on the floor initially reflects the stone walls, but then alters to reveil the sky through a hole in the ceiling. The hole itself allows the viewer to gaze directly to the sky, as well as rotating a ball of light around the room as the day progresses.
|Size: 7 x 14 ft (height x width)|
|Medium: Rock, Earth, Wood, Mirror||Edition: -|
|Price: £33,334 (~ €38,556 / $41,868) ||Sculpture for Sale|
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|Reccomended Usage: Indoors & Outdoors/GardenView Sculpture|
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|Customer comment on 'Dog Fox' by Tessa Hayward|
Enclosed is photo of my lovely fox, placed into an area which I`m developing as a small bluebell and white birch woodland. I`m absolutely delighted with the sculpture!
Would you please pass a copy on to Tessa (Hayward), with my thanks and very best wishes.
Mrs J. Gray, Hungerford Newtown, Berks, England, United Kingdom.