The Succulent - A Tabletop Root Art Sculpture by Rene Sepulveda 18' Long by 8" Tall "Root Art Collection" Tree Root Art, Native American Root Art
Desktop Root Art Sculpture by Rene Sepulveda 18' Long by 8" Tall "Root Art Collection" Tree Root Art, Native American Root Art
Tree Root Art ROOTART helps to convey themes of security and stability, symbolizing the need to stay grounded so we remain safe. That feeling is even more needed and is tapped into even more so in this post Covid world we are coming out of. This piece is a tribute to that triumph to survive and to the stability of science and its interconnectedness to our inner being or the soul of humanity.
This is a perfect selection affordable starter piece for the root art collector that is starting a collection. Inspired by his Native American roots and an appreciation for root artists world wide such as the renowned works of Henrique Oliveria. Southwestern Artist Rene Sepulveda procures his roots from the depths of the Lincoln National Forest and then relies on his inspiration from athletics and his masters in Epidemiology to ignite his passions for color, texture and an appreciation of the science then expresses himself using the beauty of nature as his canvas.
Rene Sepulveda's ROOT ART Sculptures are the combination of the wood from the natural root system combined with a skilled artists ability to combine color, texture and designs into a masterpiece that is eye catching and alludes to the grace of nature.
Artworks and unusual tree roots personalize landscaping and interior home design bringing a lyrical mood, or stimulating a playful interconnected atmosphere with nature in the worlds most elite or beautiful homes.
Many works of the root art pieces crafted by artist Rene Sepulveda have been showcased in print media and used in marketing displays.
The most famous and largest root art collection is located in the UK and is owned by Prince Charles. Purchase this one of a kind piece today - "Ventricle' A Post Covid Root Art Sculpture dedicated to survival by former NCAA Coach, now Author and Artist Rene Sepulveda.