Daniel Bucur's grandfather had a small cottage in the Romanian mountains. The artist spent carefree days there during his childhood. It was an old cottage, and its windows had a pink saw blade in the center for protection. These windows have left a strong impression on Daniel Bucur's memory. The saw blade provided a deeper sense of security that allowed him to sleep well at the end of the day.
In this sculpture, the artist used a block of maple wood and carved a stylized window and door into it using a saw blade motif. The surrounding wood has been exposed and sandblasted, creating a surface reminiscent of clay. The wall is symbolized by the untreated portions.
As part of his artistic journey, Daniel Bucur has taken a trip back to his childhood with this sculpture. The artwork aims to convey to the viewer the feeling of security and comfort that he associates with his stays at his grandfather's place.