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Large rectangular yellow cedar panel has a centre circular relief carving with painted orange-red primary form lines, black secondary form lines and anatomical features; negative space in and around carving is oiled. Image: two black side bands have frontal orange-red frogs with splayed bodies on either side of head, subtle differences in depiction of each frog. Central image: combines bird and mammal features; top half is frontal mammal's head with double split u ears, heavy bent brows, square-like pupils in pointed eyelid lines, broad flat snout joined to top of continuous lip band, six wide rectangular upper teeth; pointed beak joins bottom lip band, split u nostrils, wings, angled on either side of beak, have identical frontal animalistic faces, beside each face is a three claw foot. Signed at bottom corner on right: Bob/87, the letter D is carved over the letter B. Numerous tiny holes and oil spots along bottom edge.

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contemporary art

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