Monday, 15 June 2015

And they shall forge their swords into ploughshares!

Since today, the Passchendaele Society of New Zealand is owner of this art work made by Rik Ryon.
a Kiwi soldier forging a sword into plowshares.

It is made of WWI copper found on the Battlefields of Flanders, we call it Iron Harvest.
One can see that the soldier is made of the driving bands of shells who have been shot during the Great War.

To know more about the artist see http://thebelgianshavenotforgotten.blogspot.be/2009/01/rik-ryon.html

Sandi and Lode Notredame from the Passchendaele Society in New Zealand will travel back home tomorrow with this piece of art made by Rik Ryon.



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