A Common Frog is swimming underwater when it catches sight of a dragonfly, who sits happily resting on a lily pad. Feeling a little peckish and unable to swim directly up to the dragonfly the frog pulls itself up onto a lily pad, hoping to surprise the dragonfly. This textile sculpture captures this moment as the frog dangles half in and half out the water, designed to embrace the fluidity of the water without its appearance. Creating a silhouette sculpture with all the colour and detail.
The sculpture measures 31cm height and 20.5cm width and a depth of 15.5cm, which sits on a wooden base measuring 5cm height, and a diameter of 15.5cm.