Mini Relief Sculpted Tree Decorations


The box of decorations contains a set of three different mini relief sculpted decorations on a natural biodegradable ribbon.

Very light in weight and easy to send they make a unique gift to decorate the home throughout the year or seasonally, as Christmas Tree decorations.

Artist Dot Young wanted to create some mini relief sculpted decorations drawing on natural forms and celebrating the natural world. The mini decorations reference elements of oceanic forms relating to the 19th Century naturalist E Haeckel’s illustrative work.

Approximately 4.5 x 3.5 cm

They come in an eco-friendly cardboard gift box, packed with biodegradable moss green tissue and a decorative label.

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Dot Young

Dot Young

Dot Young is a Scottish artist living and working in London, with her studio based in Deptford. She has a BA in Fine Art Sculpture and an MA in Creative Media Arts. She enjoys historical research and exploring narratives though sculptural interpretation and installation. Her practice currently explores natural form, the environment, and traditional sculptural practices.

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