Ships in the Night, Home Page

Ships in the Night

Ships in the Night

Kansas Creme Limestone / 43 x 7 x 13″

Ships in the Night, Mouse Snow Tunnels

I carved Ships in the Night during the summer of 2006, and it has occupied a variety of locations through the years – all of them outside.

'Ships in the Night',

For several years it served to divide, and calm, the exuberant waters of the Woody Creek as it floods into the garden.

'Ships in the Night',

Consequently it boasts a rich Kansas Crème trademark ‘Cotswold’ patina, a rare rough-edged bottom, along with a budding colony of moss on its shady side, and around the water line.

Ships in the Night, Kansas Creme Limestone

It might just be a little unkind to point out the accelerated ageing effect that time has incurred,  but as we are talking about Kansas Crème Limestone, this is precisely the rough-bottomed, ‘ancientness’ that I had in mind when I set about carving this piece.

Ships in the Night, Kansas Creme Limestone Sculpture @ martincooney.com

As it was created to stand in water, as the name suggests, this very tough piece of sculpture will thrive almost anywhere; wet or dry, blistering hot or sub-zero cold,  and will only continue to mellow and mature still further, with each season’s passage.

Ships in the Night @ martincooney.com

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