Mammoth Sculpture

A new work by Jud Turner caught my attention as I really want a mammoth representation for the Clovis site.  Much of his work is from found or salvaged objects but have a distinctly biological “feel”.

I know it doesn’t really aide the viewer in any scientific way but I think the sense of scale is transmitted by life-size representations, whether three-dimensional, flat, or even abstract.  The construction photos on his site are fairly impressive due to the scale of the project.

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee fiddler...mostly
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