Amazing Artist Creates Intricate Hand-Carved Scenes of Nature on Wood

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Gordon Pembridge is an incredible artist — and that’s an understatement! Born in Kenya and now residing in New Zealand, Pembridge has developed a true devotion to nature. And it clearly shows in his amazing wooden carvings.
Pembridge takes wood from storm-felled trees and carves it into incredible works of art. His carvings often resemble wildlife and jungle scenes. His attention to detail is second to none and the intricacy in his designs are absolutely incredible.
Look at the incredible carving above. Did you notice the reflection of the zebras in the water? Magnificent!
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Imagine the patience it must take to create such a beautiful piece of art.
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The most popular question for the artist is “are these for sale?”
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Utterly gorgeous! Who wouldn’t want to buy one of these? Love how the way the elephants are camouflaged against the rest of the scene.
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Doesn’t it look as if the butterfly is about to fly away? Amazing!
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Stunning! Wouldn’t it be cool to see a time-lapse video of the artist making these?
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Are you 110% amazed at the intricacy of each of these designs? Why wouldn’t you be?
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A view from the interior. Just as spectacular as the view from the exterior.
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It really does give the illusion of birds walking on water. You can even imagine the water moving along with their reflections.
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Wow, look at the detail, right down to the horns!
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Imagine this carving sitting under a skylight where the rays from the sun or moon beam through it.
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Love the colors! The true definition of “work of art”.
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Have you ever seen anything like this? These carvings would make GREAT gifts for homes.
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You simply have to be floored by the levels of intricacy!
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Look at how the deer are in the trees, away from the leopard.
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Meet the artist, Gordon Pembridge.
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