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Profile image of Tessa HaywardTessa Hayward, initially trained in fine art, but left to pursue her passion for the natural environment, studying countryside conservation and working outdoors. This gave her the opportunity to observe wild animals in their natural environment. She was inspired to combine her love of art and nature and began to create wildlife sculptures. Tessa feels that these different disciplines have combined to create work which is sensitive to the environment and captures not only the physical form and movement but also the presence, characteristics and...

Sculpture: 'Feeding Doe (Scrap Wood and Bark life size Deer statue)'
by Tessa Hayward

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Deer sculpture by sculptor Tessa Hayward titled: 'Feeding Doe (Scrap Wood and Bark life size Deer statue)'
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Sculpture description:
Female Deer sculpture made from Bark, Copper and WoodBy theNaturalist Sculptor Tessa Hayward
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Sculptor: Tessa Hayward [sculptor profile]
Price: £
834

Converted prices below are only for guidance and should be checked:
957
/ USD $
1,071
/ AUD $
1,438
/ CAD $
1,442
/ CHF
1,041
Availability: Yes, for sale.*
Category: Animals in General Sculptures Statues
Farm Yard Sculptures
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures
Deer Sculptures
Willow, Bark and moss sculpture / statue / statuette
Woven Willow Animal and Figurative Sculptures or Statues and Art
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Title: Feeding Doe (Scrap Wood and Bark life size Deer statue)
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Recommended Usage: Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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