This is the official online gallery of artist Edward Tajchman

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"The Marrow of the Tale"

Carved Red oak, cast bronze with patina, and carved buffalo bone. You can see the original sculpted chicken foot and the mould/casting process as well. The same process was used to make the feet in the next sculpture.

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"Jezinka"

Carved Atlantis and Red Cedar wood, cast bronze with patina, and carved buffalo bone. Jezinka is the Czech word for the mythical Slavic character "Baba Yaga". The piece is a totemic sculpture inspire by this character, who lives in a shack that moves around the forest on chicken feet.

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"Heart of Atlantis"

Atlantis and carved cedar wood, welded steel, carved buffalo bone, deer antler, carved and assembled electronic pieces.

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"Squammoth"

A wood sculpture that incorporates forms inspired by mammoth skulls, octopus, and squid shapes. Stained with acrylic and a blueberry sauce/steel wool mix with a urethane finish.

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"The River is a Mirror"

A canoe made from steel rod then layered with plaster, fiberglass, and pieces of acrylic painted canvas. It suspends from a structure made from steel rod. Below it  are pieces of broken mirror adhered to a sheet of corrugated steel.


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"Redemption"

Lost wax casting project incorporating small hearts cast out of aluminum, wood that was salvaged and reconstructed from a festival experience gone wrong, and bittersweet vine.

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