Isabelle Faucher sees sculptures as an extension of her studies in behaviour: seeking her inspiration from observing all living things, which includes subjects as diverse as children, birds, or marine invertebrates, how they move, and how they interact with their environment and with each other
Sculpture in bronze of an African Piping Hornbill, upon a branch. This black-and-white species is found in humid forest and second growth in Central and West Africa, ranging from Senegal east to Uganda and south to Angola.
Bronze African Piping Hornbill Sitting on a Branch Statue or Statuettes, For Indoor Inside Display for the Interiors of a Home, an Office, a Salon, or Workplace Sculpted from Life by Isabelle Faucher
39 x 25 x 39 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 1 ft 3 1/3 in x 9 5/6 in x 1 ft 3 1/3 in
Indoors only (finish and/or material and/or size may be unsuitable for the garden)
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Peter de Sausmarez.
Just today the package with the sculpture ”Forest Fairy” has arrived. Safe, perfectly packed. I must say “Forest Fairy” is really beautiful, great! I like her very much, her hands, her emotional dance, feelings hidden in her body. Thank you for filling my home with beauty. I wish you both a lot of enthusiasm for marvellous work you do.
Jana Kasparova, Kosice, Slovakia.