Work of Nature Work of Man is about the creative symbiosis of nature's work with man's work. Here the lion, which is on the bank of the River Thames outside Lambeth Palace where visitors to the Archbishop of Canterbury would tie their boats up, has a ring forced into its mouth which it bites hard. Rain has formed a natural river of tears down the face of the lion and lichen is changing the colour of the stone. Acid rain and pollution have etched the surface with multiple patinas and colours.
See frame in previous picture which is part of the artwork. It is also very heavy so this item is for collection only. Local delivery may be possible.