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Watering Hole Small Zebra Sculpture
Watering Hole Small Zebra Sculptureby Mark Hopkins(1)
$1,200
This stunning Small Zebra Sculpture Watering Hole by designer Mark Hopkins is a scaled-down version of the artists' popular larger piece, and is designed to accent your desk, cabinet, or shelf with contemporary nature-loving flair. Four intricately detailed zebras are rendered in unique, gravity-defying expressionist style in fine bronze, and finished using a special hot patina to produce warm, vital hues. A selection from the artist's Animals of the World Collection, this smaller "Watering Hole" Sculpture is crafted with pride in the USA. Limited to a production run of just 350 pieces. Internationally renowned American artist Mark Hopkins creates bronze sculptures that have thrilled collectors and casual art fans alike for more than two decades. Mark Hopkins' unique balance of organic inspiration and singular contemporary design has been called "bronze in motion" for its fluid look, which often appears to display natural beauty in defiance of gravity. About Mark Hopkins Mark Hopkins takes his inspiration for every facet of life on Earth, from the majesty of wildlife to mankind's interaction with nature, and produces limited-edition pieces that evoke a sense of awe and respect for the mysteries and loveliness of the world around us. Collectors of his work include Barbara Mandrell, Clint Eastwood, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, George and Barbara Bush and a host of other luminaries and corporations including the National League Association of Baseball Club Owners, the Atlanta National Golf Club, Humana, Coca-Cola and others. Each Mark Hopkins sculpture is crafted with pride in the USA. Captivated by form and design, Mark has personally created a signature style of vibrant vitality resulting from decades of study. Encouraged by parents and teachers from an early age, Mark's unique talent developed alongside his technical skills of sculpting and casting. As an artist, Mark is constantly challenging himself to render the rich beauty of life and the deep emotion of the human soul into flowing sculptural form, noting "I strive to express beyond the image, to catch spirit, to reveal deeper emotions, and to share joy. " About the Production Process From the artist's hand to the final polishing stages, many intricate steps go into the creation of a limited edition bronze sculpture. First the reproduction mold is made in which layers of silicone rubber and plaster are delicately applied to the original work. Then hot wax is poured into the reproduction mold to form an exact replica of the original sculpture. When the wax replica is removed from the mold, it is then inspected and refined or "chased" by hand to remove any imperfections that may have occurred in the reproduction process. Next, ceramic cup and wax sprues, or gates, are added which later will help channel the molten bronze into the shell to create the sculpture. The next step is creating the ceramic shell by alternately dipping the wax replica over a period of several days into a vat of liquid slurry, then a vat of silica crystals. The shell is then set to dry, and the process repeats until the shell has reached the appropriate thickness and strength. The finished shell is placed in a high temperature oven that melts and removes the wax (the traditional "lost wax" method). The hardened or "fired" shell is secured, so the molten bronze can now be poured into the wax impression.Read More
Bull Ceramic Sculpture
Bull Ceramic Sculptureby De Rosa Collection(1)
$188
Piece launched in 2011 Hand-carved ceramic bull sculpture.. each piece unique Accented with rich gold trim Hand-enameled colors individually fired for each hue Weight is approx. 5 lbs. Artistic style influenced by Dali, Picasso, and Miro An epic ceramic piece from Uruguayan artists at De Rosa, this Bull Sculpture evokes the powerful force of the beast in artful, elegant craftsmanship. About the De Rosa Collection The De Rosa family has been intimately involved with ceramics, since 1945 when the founder, Jorge De Rosa attended the Argentinian National School of Ceramic Design. These South American ceramic works of art have been decorating homes and offices world wide since that time. Although the process has changed somewhat over the years the elegance and sophistication of the De Rosa Collection figurines has been secure. From the vibrant blue dolphin sculptures to the sleek black panther figurines, each piece in the De Rosa Collection is a unique piece of fine ceramic. Their artists take inspiration from surrealist art and South American artists like Dali, Picasso, and Miro to create these stunning ceramic wildlife figurines. Each figurine is first hand carved by talented artisans. Bold enamel coloring is then applied, again by hand, with a firing of each piece with each new shade applied. The figurines are then finished with a lustrous 24k gold or platinum trim giving each whimsical wildlife figurine its singular signature of elegance. Because of this exceptional process no two pieces from the De Rosa Collection will be exactly alike.Read More
Eagle Sculpture Above the Clouds, Small
Eagle Sculpture Above the Clouds, Smallby Mark Hopkins(1)
$1,000
Renowned wildlife sculpture artist Eli Hopkins has created this smaller version of the original "Above The Clouds" Eagle Sculpture. This contemporary image of the majestic bird of prey in flight is created in classic bronze, and finished using a unique hot patina to mix lifelike colors with subtle and timeless hues from the metal itself. This sculpture pays awe-inspiring tribute to the American icon, a symbol of strength and freedom. Only 200 pieces will be produced in this maquette patriotic vision, making it a very special gift for your favorite American nature lover. It is also available in a larger version, shown below. Internationally renowned American artist Mark Hopkins creates bronze sculptures that have thrilled collectors and casual art fans alike for more than two decades. Mark Hopkins' unique balance of organic inspiration and singular contemporary design has been called "bronze in motion" for its fluid look, which often appears to display natural beauty in defiance of gravity. About Mark Hopkins Mark Hopkins takes his inspiration for every facet of life on Earth, from the majesty of wildlife to mankind's interaction with nature, and produces limited-edition pieces that evoke a sense of awe and respect for the mysteries and loveliness of the world around us. Collectors of his work include Barbara Mandrell, Clint Eastwood, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, George and Barbara Bush and a host of other luminaries and corporations including the National League Association of Baseball Club Owners, the Atlanta National Golf Club, Humana, Coca-Cola and others. Each Mark Hopkins sculpture is crafted with pride in the USA. Captivated by form and design, Mark has personally created a signature style of vibrant vitality resulting from decades of study. Encouraged by parents and teachers from an early age, Mark's unique talent developed alongside his technical skills of sculpting and casting. As an artist, Mark is constantly challenging himself to render the rich beauty of life and the deep emotion of the human soul into flowing sculptural form, noting "I strive to express beyond the image, to catch spirit, to reveal deeper emotions, and to share joy. " About the Production Process From the artist's hand to the final polishing stages, many intricate steps go into the creation of a limited edition bronze sculpture. First the reproduction mold is made in which layers of silicone rubber and plaster are delicately applied to the original work. Then hot wax is poured into the reproduction mold to form an exact replica of the original sculpture. When the wax replica is removed from the mold, it is then inspected and refined or "chased" by hand to remove any imperfections that may have occurred in the reproduction process. Next, ceramic cup and wax sprues, or gates, are added which later will help channel the molten bronze into the shell to create the sculpture. The next step is creating the ceramic shell by alternately dipping the wax replica over a period of several days into a vat of liquid slurry, then a vat of silica crystals. The shell is then set to dry, and the process repeats until the shell has reached the appropriate thickness and strength. The finished shell is placed in a high temperature oven that melts and removes the wax (the traditional "lost wax" method). The hardened or "fired" shell is secured, so the molten bronze can now be poured into the wax impression.Read More
Panda Ceramic Sculpture
Panda Ceramic Sculptureby De Rosa Collection(1)
$178
Piece launched in 2006 Hand-carved ceramic panda sculpture.. each piece unique Accented with rich gold trim Hand-enameled colors individually fired for each hue Weight is approx. 3 lbs. Artistic style influenced by Dali, Picasso, and Miro From celebrated Uruguayan art company De Rosa Collection, this exquisite Panda Figurine brings a colorful elegant style to you home. About the De Rosa Collection The De Rosa family has been intimately involved with ceramics, since 1945 when the founder, Jorge De Rosa attended the Argentinian National School of Ceramic Design. These South American ceramic works of art have been decorating homes and offices world wide since that time. Although the process has changed somewhat over the years the elegance and sophistication of the De Rosa Collection figurines has been secure. From the vibrant blue dolphin sculptures to the sleek black panther figurines, each piece in the De Rosa Collection is a unique piece of fine ceramic. Their artists take inspiration from surrealist art and South American artists like Dali, Picasso, and Miro to create these stunning ceramic wildlife figurines. Each figurine is first hand carved by talented artisans. Bold enamel coloring is then applied, again by hand, with a firing of each piece with each new shade applied. The figurines are then finished with a lustrous 24k gold or platinum trim giving each whimsical wildlife figurine its singular signature of elegance. Because of this exceptional process no two pieces from the De Rosa Collection will be exactly alike.Read More
Great Blue Heron Bronze Sculpture
Great Blue Heron Bronze Sculptureby Mark Hopkins(1)
$1,850
Our exquisite Great Blue Heron Bronze Sculpture from artist Mark Hopkins' Sea Birds Collection ably shows why some have said his pieces capture "bronze in motion. " The large, wide-winged symbol of our coasts is caught soaring above the mangroves in fine bronze and gorgeous finish and color. The gravity-defying feel of the piece is typical of this acclaimed designer's wildlife work, and has made his sculptures a favorite with collectors and nature fans alike. The Heron Sculpture is crafted with pride in the USA, and limited to an edition of only 500 pieces. Internationally renowned American artist Mark Hopkins creates bronze sculptures that have thrilled collectors and casual art fans alike for more than two decades. Mark Hopkins' unique balance of organic inspiration and singular contemporary design has been called "bronze in motion" for its fluid look, which often appears to display natural beauty in defiance of gravity. About Mark Hopkins Mark Hopkins takes his inspiration for every facet of life on Earth, from the majesty of wildlife to mankind's interaction with nature, and produces limited-edition pieces that evoke a sense of awe and respect for the mysteries and loveliness of the world around us. Collectors of his work include Barbara Mandrell, Clint Eastwood, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, George and Barbara Bush and a host of other luminaries and corporations including the National League Association of Baseball Club Owners, the Atlanta National Golf Club, Humana, Coca-Cola and others. Each Mark Hopkins sculpture is crafted with pride in the USA. Captivated by form and design, Mark has personally created a signature style of vibrant vitality resulting from decades of study. Encouraged by parents and teachers from an early age, Mark's unique talent developed alongside his technical skills of sculpting and casting. As an artist, Mark is constantly challenging himself to render the rich beauty of life and the deep emotion of the human soul into flowing sculptural form, noting "I strive to express beyond the image, to catch spirit, to reveal deeper emotions, and to share joy. " About the Production Process From the artist's hand to the final polishing stages, many intricate steps go into the creation of a limited edition bronze sculpture. First the reproduction mold is made in which layers of silicone rubber and plaster are delicately applied to the original work. Then hot wax is poured into the reproduction mold to form an exact replica of the original sculpture. When the wax replica is removed from the mold, it is then inspected and refined or "chased" by hand to remove any imperfections that may have occurred in the reproduction process. Next, ceramic cup and wax sprues, or gates, are added which later will help channel the molten bronze into the shell to create the sculpture. The next step is creating the ceramic shell by alternately dipping the wax replica over a period of several days into a vat of liquid slurry, then a vat of silica crystals. The shell is then set to dry, and the process repeats until the shell has reached the appropriate thickness and strength. The finished shell is placed in a high temperature oven that melts and removes the wax (the traditional "lost wax" method). The hardened or "fired" shell is secured, so the molten bronze can now be poured into the wax impression.Read More
Crane Eating Fish Sculpture
Crane Eating Fish Sculptureby SPI(1)
$153
Add a little nature fun to your garden with this Iron outdoor Crane sculpture. Material: Cast Iron Suitable for Indoor or Outdoor/Garden Use About SPI Home Since 1973 SPI Home Decor has allowed you to accentuate your personal environment with evocative wildlife themed home decor. SPI Home commissions gifted artists and craftsmen to produce original sculptures, tables, lamps, fireplace screens and more to bring a bit of the natural world into your home or office. Time honored casting and finishing techniques lend each of SPI Home Decor's wide range of pieces unique design and color for a lifetime of inspiration. Their popularity with our customers has made Wildlife Wonders an SPI "Premium Gallery," an honor received by less than 5% of the shops that carry this beautiful line. For over 40 years, this Northern Californian company, SPI Home, has cultivated a reputation for their unique brand of nature-inspired sculptures, furniture, and home accents. The renowned company's team of artisans take ownership of each creation throughout the whole creative process, from the sketching phase to the production of SPI Home's signature three-dimensional art pieces. Production of each and every piece is entirely in-house at company owned manufacturing plants in China and established partners throughout Asia giving them an exceptional opportunity to present innovative and provocative work with reasonable pricing. About the process Whether the process is a time consuming technique of sand casting, in which a mold is created from compacted sand or the traditional process of lost wax casting, in which a wax model is lost when hot metal in poured into a mold, the artist is able to pay tribute to all subjects with attention to detail. In each case a second process of a two layer. hot patina is applied which creates the unique, in depth, rich hues characteristic of SPI Home art work. In addition to intricate, delicately crafted sculptural pieces, SPI Home also manufactures a broad selection of sophisticated decor pieces including tables, lamps, door knockers, and fireplace screens. SPI Home is confident that you will find their products fitting for your home decor and they look forward to partnering with you and ensuring that you are completely satisfied.Read More
Mothers Butterfly Bronze Sculpture
Mothers Butterfly Bronze Sculptureby Mark Hopkins
$800
The Mothers Butterfly Bronze Sculpture is an elegant celebration of the most special lady in everyones life, Mom! This piece is a new limited edition sculpture created by Mark Hopkins just for Mothers Day. Cast in bronze, and then given its lush hues via a unique hot patina process. This piece is also unique in that you get to choose the name of the piece, which will appear on the authentication card that comes with the sculpture. So this year instead flowers, give her a precious memento which will last forever. The Mothers Butterfly Bronze Sculpture is part of a limited edition of 25. Internationally renowned American artist Mark Hopkins creates bronze sculptures that have thrilled collectors and casual art fans alike for more than two decades. Mark Hopkins' unique balance of organic inspiration and singular contemporary design has been called "bronze in motion" for its fluid look, which often appears to display natural beauty in defiance of gravity. About Mark Hopkins Mark Hopkins takes his inspiration for every facet of life on Earth, from the majesty of wildlife to mankind's interaction with nature, and produces limited-edition pieces that evoke a sense of awe and respect for the mysteries and loveliness of the world around us. Collectors of his work include Barbara Mandrell, Clint Eastwood, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, George and Barbara Bush and a host of other luminaries and corporations including the National League Association of Baseball Club Owners, the Atlanta National Golf Club, Humana, Coca-Cola and others. Each Mark Hopkins sculpture is crafted with pride in the USA. Captivated by form and design, Mark has personally created a signature style of vibrant vitality resulting from decades of study. Encouraged by parents and teachers from an early age, Mark's unique talent developed alongside his technical skills of sculpting and casting. As an artist, Mark is constantly challenging himself to render the rich beauty of life and the deep emotion of the human soul into flowing sculptural form, noting "I strive to express beyond the image, to catch spirit, to reveal deeper emotions, and to share joy. " About the Production Process From the artist's hand to the final polishing stages, many intricate steps go into the creation of a limited edition bronze sculpture. First the reproduction mold is made in which layers of silicone rubber and plaster are delicately applied to the original work. Then hot wax is poured into the reproduction mold to form an exact replica of the original sculpture. When the wax replica is removed from the mold, it is then inspected and refined or "chased" by hand to remove any imperfections that may have occurred in the reproduction process. Next, ceramic cup and wax sprues, or gates, are added which later will help channel the molten bronze into the shell to create the sculpture. The next step is creating the ceramic shell by alternately dipping the wax replica over a period of several days into a vat of liquid slurry, then a vat of silica crystals. The shell is then set to dry, and the process repeats until the shell has reached the appropriate thickness and strength. The finished shell is placed in a high temperature oven that melts and removes the wax (the traditional "lost wax" method). The hardened or "fired" shell is secured, so the molten bronze can now be poured into the wax impression.Read More
Wolf Bronze Sculpture Wild Wind
Wolf Bronze Sculpture Wild Windby Mark Hopkins
$1,500
This breathtaking Bronze Wolf Sculpture by acclaimed artist Mark Hopkins, titled "Wild Wind," balances natural inspiration with a unique and gravity-defying contemporary look to produce a truly stunning piece of collectible wildlife art. Crafted in the finest bronze and finished using special patina techniques in which chemicals are applied to create a rich shifting blend of natural and metallic colors, "Wild Wind" showcases the style and attention to detail that have made Mark Hopkins one of the most collected artists in the world. Crafted with pride in the USA and limited to a production run of only 550 pieces. Internationally renowned American artist Mark Hopkins creates bronze sculptures that have thrilled collectors and casual art fans alike for more than two decades. Mark Hopkins' unique balance of organic inspiration and singular contemporary design has been called "bronze in motion" for its fluid look, which often appears to display natural beauty in defiance of gravity. About Mark Hopkins Mark Hopkins takes his inspiration for every facet of life on Earth, from the majesty of wildlife to mankind's interaction with nature, and produces limited-edition pieces that evoke a sense of awe and respect for the mysteries and loveliness of the world around us. Collectors of his work include Barbara Mandrell, Clint Eastwood, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, George and Barbara Bush and a host of other luminaries and corporations including the National League Association of Baseball Club Owners, the Atlanta National Golf Club, Humana, Coca-Cola and others. Each Mark Hopkins sculpture is crafted with pride in the USA. Captivated by form and design, Mark has personally created a signature style of vibrant vitality resulting from decades of study. Encouraged by parents and teachers from an early age, Mark's unique talent developed alongside his technical skills of sculpting and casting. As an artist, Mark is constantly challenging himself to render the rich beauty of life and the deep emotion of the human soul into flowing sculptural form, noting "I strive to express beyond the image, to catch spirit, to reveal deeper emotions, and to share joy. " About the Production Process From the artist's hand to the final polishing stages, many intricate steps go into the creation of a limited edition bronze sculpture. First the reproduction mold is made in which layers of silicone rubber and plaster are delicately applied to the original work. Then hot wax is poured into the reproduction mold to form an exact replica of the original sculpture. When the wax replica is removed from the mold, it is then inspected and refined or "chased" by hand to remove any imperfections that may have occurred in the reproduction process. Next, ceramic cup and wax sprues, or gates, are added which later will help channel the molten bronze into the shell to create the sculpture. The next step is creating the ceramic shell by alternately dipping the wax replica over a period of several days into a vat of liquid slurry, then a vat of silica crystals. The shell is then set to dry, and the process repeats until the shell has reached the appropriate thickness and strength. The finished shell is placed in a high temperature oven that melts and removes the wax (the traditional "lost wax" method). The hardened or "fired" shell is secured, so the molten bronze can now be poured into the wax impression.Read More