"Nunavut" Totally Unnatural Materials Narwhal
Upcycling taken to an entirely new level.
Made entirely from beach trash and wrapped with rope removed from marine animals by the Center for Coastal Studies' Marine Animal Entanglement rescue teams from right here in Provincetown, this narwhal is truly unique in so many ways.
The narwhal consists of the following ingredients: wiffle ball, tennis ball, fiberglass fishing rod, bucket, miscellaneous plastic, and rope. It is mounted on a simple re-purposed metal pole which allows the narwhal to swivel 360 degrees at a height of 12.5" or in a fixed position at 2.5" above the wooden base, which is 4" tall and is made from re-purposed exotic hardwood originally used in a local shipyard near the artist's home on Long Island, NY.
Narwhal measures 19" from tip to tail, 6" wide and 4" tall and weighs 2.5 lbs including the base. Sculpture stands 20.5" tall or 10.5" tall, depending on how you decide to display it.
Handmade by Cindy Pease Roe of NY and available exclusively at Arcadia.
In recognition of the sourcing of the material, 10% of purchase price ($65) will be donated to Center for Coastal Studies, to further support their important work.