'Yukon Seasons' (Right Moose Antler - Phase 1) by Shane Wilson
June 01, 2000 Categories: Yukon Seasons
As noted in the commentary on the other drawing, the migratory birds will 'fly' down towards the nose of the skull on the other side. This will lead into the fall pattern of salmon spawning, up from the nose on this side and into the antler, to be caught by the grizzly.
The major seasons of summer and winter are therefore represented on the main portions of each antler, with the transition seasons of spring and fall forming the transition between the antlers and over the skull.
Work on this sculpture is scheduled to start in April 2001.
(moose antler skull carving, moose antler skull sculpture)