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David Hentosh Mamma's Shadow Bronze Loon

$1,150.00

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DESCRIPTION

This bronze sculpture by David Hentosh is titled Mamma’s Shadow. It’s a common loon with a chick and features a beautiful patina finish.

Details of David Hentosh Mamma’s Shadow Bronze Loon

  • Artist:  David Hentosh
  • Signed:  Yes
  • Limited Edition:  3 of 25
  • Measurements:  9″ long x 5″ tall x 5″ wide
  • Medium: Bronze with a beautiful patina finish

Dave Hentosh Common Loon

David Hentosh Mamma’s Shadow Bronze Common Loon

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Artist Bio

My interest in animals, especially wildlife, goes back as far as I can remember. Growing up in a farming family, my life revolved around animals. Whether it was working on the farm or exploring in the woods, the natural world around me was as much a part of who I was then, as who I am today. My earliest sculpting endeavors were modeling big game animals for my sisters’ dollhouses. In-depth study of animal anatomy and its relationship with behavior and motion started at the age of 10, when I began practicing taxidermy. My college years started with pursuing veterinary sciences, then switching to receive my degree in wildlife management from the University of Maine, Orono. While in college, I was introduced to Forest Hart, a kindred spirit in the study of animals. Through the ensuing friendship, I was introduced… Continue reading on artist page

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