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IPALM II large sculpture of a palm

’PALM II’ 2007

Large palm sculpture (sculpture of a left hand)
Bronze Mesh, copper colour finish
Suspended or wall mounted
125 x 120 x 20 cm

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"The image of a palm or hand is a symbol of prosperity and growth; a benevolent gesture in its physical form and in its language designed to speak optimistically. of welcome both economic and cultural growth- “its getting better all the time”.
Reflecting an aspect of the human character it brings together bridging historical, geographical and cultural divides.
Its simplicity suggests partnership, agreement, cooperation and friendship as well as industry, manual dexterity and indeed charity.
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  • David Begbie sculpture PALM II hand
    David Begbie sculpture PALM II hand
  • PALM I PALM II outdoor web
    PALM I PALM II outdoor web
  • PALM I outdoor in easel
    PALM I outdoor in easel
  • PALM II crosslight web
    PALM II crosslight web
  • PALM II detail web
    PALM II detail web
  • PALM II garden side web
    PALM II garden side web
  • PALM II garden web
    PALM II garden web
  • PALM II no shadow web
    PALM II no shadow web
  • PALM II outdoor park web
    PALM II outdoor park web
  • PALM II shadow studio web
    PALM II shadow studio web
  • PALM II wand sculpture by david begbie web
    PALM II wand sculpture by david begbie web
  • PALM artwork 2007 with shadow
    PALM artwork 2007 with shadow
  • hand sculpture by David Begbie
    hand sculpture by David Begbie
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