This sculpture Breach was a great little sculpture to work on, and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed making it.

It was a number crunching sculpture to put together, and the calculator took a flogging during the process.  If you like geometry, then this one might be for you.  It’s all about the angles and what needs to be not there.

The inspiration for the piece came from my observations of trout trying to “spit the hook” once they’ve been firmly caught on it.

Breach is cubist in style and I hope that I have captured the movement in it.  Probably not the easiest thing to tell from these tiny photographs.

The timber is Spotted Gum, and they are off-cuts from a job I done when I was building my workshop.

See if you can guess which photograph was taken by me, and which photo was taken by a professional.  I’ve been looking at them for years and I still can’t tell the difference ……..

Do you know another thing that’s difficult to tell the difference between?.  Yes?, no?, I do, because I’ve been paying attention and the difference I see is now about zero.

It’s the difference between the policies your government is implementing and what is being dictated by fascist parasitic organisations.  And that is fascist whores like the UN, WHO and WEF.  Goodbye democracy, you were good while it lasted.  There’s still a glimmer of hope for you yet, but it’s not much.

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And, never forget, you are, undeniably, being lied to, every … single … day … Here’s some truth for you.

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