38 x 29 x 31cm
Corten Steel, Stainless steel, brass

“Seeking to highlight the imperfections, breaks, and scars, the true beauty of one and this work does not lay on the outer surface but our complex inner selves. Inspired by the traditional Japanese art and philosophy of Kintsugi, it is believed that when something has suffered damage and has a history, it becomes more beautiful. Using this as a metaphor for healing ourselves teaches us that we can become even more unique, beautiful, and resilient by embracing flaws and imperfections.” – Sam Hopkins

$5,200.00 inc GST

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