“Gliding along the Limpopo” from “The Wobbling Africa” series

Materials: moss agate, hawk’s eye

Length: 170 mm

“What could be better than to get away from the midday sun in cool water?” – thought the hippo and flopped into the river. He dreamily slides down the stream stretching out his paws. He catches rainbow glares of the river without noticing passing crocodiles and fish.
The author’s series of stone-carving works “Wobbling Africa” are fantasy animals. The sculptures have a rotation element which has already become a recognizable “handwriting” of the author. It’s found in other works.