Hand-Carved Wooden Hand With Palm Lines
A hand-carved wooden hand, made by the palm reader/artist Sari Puhakka in 2021. A one-of-a-kind piece that’s made from 100% natural Australian Silky Oak. Perfect as a desk or table ornament, especially for any palm reading enthusiast or professional hand reader. (12 inches high). Scroll down for more information and photos.
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A hand-carved Silky Oak ornament by Sari A Puhakka
A hand-carved wooden hand. A one-of-a-kind piece that’s made from 100% natural Australian Silky Oak. Perfect as a desk or table ornament, especially for any palm reading enthusiast or professional hand reader. (12 inches high). This is a one-of-piece hand-carved by Sari and is only available through this website or my Etsy account. You can contact me about this hand if you are interested, or you can buy now using the options available here.
Some Attributes of this piece are:
Medium: Silky Oak Wood
Colour: Beige / brown
Height: 30 cm
Width: 16.5 cm
Mount type: tabletop/shelf top
If you like, alternatively, you can also order this product through Etsy here.
see more about Sari here.
About Me: Sari’s Art
As a school-age girl, I started drawing for fun, and sometimes entered art competitions and won some. It gave me the enthusiasm to continue drawing and selling my art to friends and family. I drew anything ranging from cars, motorbikes, and stockcars to pets (dogs, horses). I decided to take up painting on canvas in 2006 using acrylic paints.
The first piece was a painting of a lady with a huge flower hat (the whereabouts of this piece are currently unknown). It was signed by me using my married name Sari Gealy 2006. Several of my acrylic paintings were sold when I lived on Macleay Island, Qld, Australia. Many of the sold art were of birds, frogs, or dragonflies. Unfortunately, many of my paintings perished in the house fire that occurred in 2010. Luckily though, some survived because they were housed in the Macleay Island Art Gallery. After some time I decided to dabble in oil painting because it seemed better, and the first one is still in my possession. I began carving wood for the first time in 2021, and mainly carve ‘hands’ however, I do custom pieces to order, whatever you like. If you like, you can see some of my art here.