In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir

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Jacques and Mary Regat Sun Kissed Bronze Sculpture

Jacques and Mary Regat “The Sun Kissed the Earth and Life Began Anew”  Inuit Eskimos Bronze Sculpture

Artist Statement About This Piece:  “Oh sun you reached my heart today and sparked a new desire. Captivated am I by this silent moment of revival. Oh place your sweet lips gently on my parched desert fire and reveal this new beginning. A tender moment, eternity, my soul hears you whisper to me, stirring life. Reaching out we touch and Life begins anew.”

Artist: Jacques and Mary Regat

Topic:  Inuit Eskimos

Title: The Sun Kissed the Earth and Life Began Anew

Limited Edition: 31 of 100

Size:  19.3″ tall x 19.3″ wide x 3″ deep

Placement:  Wall hanging

Signed:  Yes 

Material:  Bronze

Certificate of Authenticity:  Included 

Shipping Weight:  26 pounds

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$4,000.00

Item Details

Weight26 lbs
Dimensions19.3 × 3 × 19.3 in
Artist

Jacques and Mary Regat

Authenticity

Certificate of Authenticity Included, Signed

Material

Bronze

Placement

Wall hanging

Rarity

One of a Kind

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Artist Bio

Jacques & Mary Regat, a husband and wife team of sculptors unite their talents in the creation of their work. Their art is a bold statement of their inner feelings, of their deep ties to the land of Alaska, its people, history, legends, and the greatness of its rugged wilderness. Jacques's career began in France where he taught himself to paint and carve in clay, wood and stone. At the same time working with metal while learning the trade of machinist, tool and die maker which eventually led him to graduate from the College d’ Enseignement Technique De Vitry, France. He also apprenticed himself to an Italian carver and a Chinese decorator. In Alaska while sharing his talent at the Native Welcome Center he developed a strong kinship and respect for the cultural myths and history of its people, which became an inspirational theme reflected in many of his works. He graduated cum laude from the University of Alaska in Anchorage, with a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and Anthropology minor. Upon moving to Alaska from Minnesota in 1963 Mary has worked full time as an artist. She studied art at the University of Alaska, European art in France, Mayan[...]

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