Thursday, April 29, 2010

"In the high Arctic, at camp, for weeks and for the longest time, five months on the move, in search for 'Ice Age' 'Woolly Mammoth Ivory."  As soon as I discover a tusk, it gets wrapped in plastic and taped for protection until I can stabilize and preserve them in studio.  All this ivory is saturated with water as they were frozen in time since the last Ice Age and subsequent global Ice Ages in the past." "It is 'still' organic ivory due to this frozen preservation and offers the world an alternative for modern ivory producing species."

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