Okay, I did a bit of searching and found Wind In The Tree's face on view. The Alkyds and Acrylics I've been using on the surface has been a challenge for Jim to photograph, but I'm loving his growing techniques.
After all these years, I still find the handprint more effective than a sculpted hand. It's a haunting echo of hand that doesn't interfere with the rhythm of the sculpture's surface. It has been particularly appropriate on the planed surfaces of faceted pieces, but a little more difficult to place on a curved piece without it seeming to be "stamped on". But you know me.... I love a challenge!