The organic and natural shapes in Salvador Romero’s found stone carvings make them incredibly appealing. And even though he keeps his work very simple and stylized, Salvador has a mastery over communicating exactly what animal he is channeling in his work. This piece is specifically a magpie, and we can almost hear its call and the echoing flap of its wings. Magpies have a tendency to feed on miscellaneous things, and the term “pica” which refers to a human disorder involving a compulsive desire to eat nonfood items comes from the magpie’s Latin name, Pica pica. Salvador’s magpie is 7” long, 1” wide, and 1 ½” tall.
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