The narwhal, Monodon monoceros, has long fascinated sea explorers, scientists and aristocracy. This arctic whale is characterized by a single spiraled tusk extending six to nine feet, emerging from the upper jaw and through the lips of adult males.
During summer, male narwhals in Arctic waters can be seen crossing tusks with each other, an activity called “tusking.” This sculpture is my take on the "tusking" ritual.
The Narwhals are blown, sculpted hot, and their tusks are made of hot sculpted stainless steel at our shop here in Chico. 24 inches tall by 16 inches wide.

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