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Profile image of Fanny Lam ChristieFanny Lam Christie is a contemporary sculptor working full time from her studio in Perthshire, Scotland since 2005. Her work explores the relationship between human activities and nature. The environment and ecological interests are among her recurring themes.

Sculpture: 'Endangered Species (bronze Pearl Mussel Museum commission)'
by Fanny Lam Christie

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Bronze Museum National Gallery sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Fanny Lam Christie titled: 'Endangered Species (bronze Pearl Mussel Museum commission)'
Bronze Museum National Gallery sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Fanny Lam Christie titled: 'Endangered Species (bronze Pearl Mussel Museum commission)' - Artwork View 1 Bronze Museum National Gallery sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Fanny Lam Christie titled: 'Endangered Species (bronze Pearl Mussel Museum commission)' - Artwork View 2 Bronze Museum National Gallery sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Fanny Lam Christie titled: 'Endangered Species (bronze Pearl Mussel Museum commission)' - Artwork View 3
Sculpture description:
The artwork celebrates the significance of the natural history collections in Perth Museum, whilst also highlights the issue of the future survival of the freshwater pearl mussels (Margaritifera margaritifera). The species in Scotland is of global significance, representing nearly one-third of the world population.
Artist's comments:
The artist incorporated an optical lens in the sculpture which intrigues viewers to locate a map of the Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) in Scotland inside the shell.
Dimensions/size: 28 x 50 x 30 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 11 in x 1 ft 7 2/3 in x 11 4/5 in
Edition: unique
Medium: bronze
Sculptor: Fanny Lam Christie [sculptor profile]
Price: Price on Application
Availability: No, artwork probably sold out
Category: Aquatic Sculptures Fish / Shells / Sharks / Seals / Corals / Seaweed
Public Art Sculpture
Shells Sculptures including Land and Sea and Freshwater Shells Fossil Shells
Endangered Animal Species Sculptures
Abstract Fish Sculptures
Museum National Gallery sculpture statuary
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Title: Endangered Species (bronze Pearl Mussel Museum commission)
Finish: light brown patina
Recommended Usage: Indoors only (finish and/or material and/or size may be unsuitable for the garden)
Year: 2014
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