The two twins lie snugly embraced in the mother's womb. The world reveals itself to them through a reddish-warm light, muffled sounds, and the soothing heartbeat of their mother. Even in the womb, they are as close to each other as no other human can ever be. From the very beginning, they are a pair, and their perception of the world will always be different from that of children who come into the world alone.
How does the artist express this intimacy? He does so using a beautiful, young piece of maple wood, which, with its clear, light color and minimal grain, represents the two unborn children. He has carefully carved out their two heads.
For the mother's womb, he chose a more mature wood that has already lived and gathered experiences. It is strong enough to give life to the two little ones. The artist uses a simple, clear form here, only hinted at in a vague manner.
By using different wood textures, Daniel Bucur successfully depicts the artistic symbiosis between youth and age.