Simple in appearance, the King's Cross is a complex blend of black and white - much like the American who had a dream of equality, simple but, oh, so difficult to achieve. The black and white woods work together as a symbol of the unity we could have. Its 79 pieces of wood form a radiating, integrated, herringbone pattern. The black wood is wenge (pronounced weng-gay) from central Africa and the white wood is maple from Indiana. The cross is approximately 3" X 5" (80 X 125 mm) and is finished with clear acrylic over shellac.
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Photo by Ted Wathen, Quadrant, Jeffersonville, IN, www.QPhoto.com