Kathleen Friedenberg has a veterinary degree from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London. She is a member of the National Sculpture Society, the premier sculpture association in the United States. She is also a member of the Society of Animal Artists, the definitive organization for art of the animal, in the USA, drawing its members from artist world wide. The American Academy of Equine Art has been the leading American association of equestrian artists. Membership of any of these groups is by rigorous selection by their leaders, pr...
Two Dogs Playing Realistic bronze Limited Edition sculpture of a Greyhound and German Shepherd, playing with a Frisbee flying disc for sale for Interior decoration by the Observant Animal Portrait sculptress Kathleen Friedenberg the English Sculptress working in America.
It`s always a challenge to make a figure animated, in sculpture, and balance is critical.
10 in x 12 in x 7 1/2 in (height x width x depth)
approx: 25.4 x 30.5 x 19.1 cm It is a statuette sculpture
Indoors only (finish and/or material and/or size may be unsuitable for the garden)
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Peter de Sausmarez.
"The problem of contemporary sculpture and the garden is one which has rankled in my mind for years. It is usually resolved through a process of inversion-that is turning it into sculpture in the garden as against garden sculpture. By that I mean the sculptor takes over the garden as an open exhibition gallery, of which the focus is their creation, to which the world of nature merely provides the frame.The Idea that sculpture is a contributory element to an overall'mise en scene',in which, sometimes its role may be incedental rather than central, has been lost.In this we have seen the betrayall of the great tradition of garden sculpture, one which was unashamed at being decorative or delightful." Sir Roy Strong
Dear Peter, Enclosed is photo of my lovely fox, placed into an area which I`m developing as a small bluebell and white birch woodland. I`m absolutely delighted with the sculpture! Would you please pass a copy on to Tessa (Hayward), with my thanks and very best wishes. Jenny
Mrs J. Gray, Hungerford Newtown, Berks, England, United Kingdom.