Martin Hayward-Harris is a talented animalier who created the massive blue whale in the Natural History Museum where he trained and worked for twenty years before doing the same job in the National Museum in Copenhagen, where he worked with Europe`s greatest wild life artists. He supports the WWF with sculptures auctioned at Christies. He translates pure form into a realm beyond simplicity and sensitivity that is traditional and contemporary at the same time.
This bronze Diving and Swimming Otter sculpture Hunting and Chasing prey has proved to be a very popular garden statue by that talented sculptor, Martin Hayward-Harris, who is probably one of the finest Wild Life Sculptors in Britain today. See other examples of his skill and dexterity with wild life sculpture:_ Puffin sculpture, Otter sculptures in other poses, Cockerel statues, Falcon sculptures, Peregrine falcon statuettes, Red squirrel statuettes, Running hares sculptures, Shire horse sculptures, nude females statuettes.
58 x 26 x 16 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 1 ft 10 5/6 in x 10 1/4 in x 6 1/3 in
Diving Otter (Less than life size bronze Indoor or garden statue)
Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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Peter de Sausmarez.
Although it seemed a daunting project to commission a sculpture on the internet with a tight deadline, Plamen Dimitrov in Bulgaria made it as easy as possible for me in Brazil by producing a series of little clay sketches after each email and sending photos it seemed by return. He worked round the clock and was incredibly intuitive with his understanding of what I wanted. This was despite an 8 hour time difference and having poor English as our common language. He w... [Read more]
Ilan Gorin, Ipanema, Brazil.