Mizunara Bowl (1994, oak)

Photo: Mizunara Bowl, a sculpture by David Nash

The solid, inviting form of Mizunara Bowl is sited at the central entrance of the Temperate House. It was sculpted in Japan in early 1994, as part of Nash’s Spirit of Three Seasons project and is made from mizunara wood, a Japanese oak with a particularly high moisture content – mizu means water in Japanese.This work is in the Temperate House.

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