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STEVEN STRANG

"Urn for a Pet Ferret"
carved bone, with wood and brass
$300

The shape of this bone inspired its function, as an urn for a long sinuous animal. The carving, in the Jellinge style of Old Norse art, represents the ferret in life. So the piece acts both as a container for the animal's ashes, and also as a reminder of its vitality and agility in life.

'The King in his Tomb"
pen and ink on paper
$200

This drawing is an exploration into what a modern king might be buried with, in the manner of the Pharaohs and kings of old who were buried with their hoards of goods. In his chamber tomb this king is buried among his acquisitions, or perhaps he is buried by his acquisitiveness.
Steve allowed this image to be used in the promotion of Grave Goods

 

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