Bruce Hardwick produces individual works in Ceramic Stoneware - suitable for external display. This process involves oxides being worked into the surface of the piece, which is then highlighted with a white englobe to enhance the detail.
All artwork by Bruce Hardwick Contemporary British sculptor
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'Big Dodo (ceramic Indoor Extinct Flightless Amusing Bird statuette)' by Bruce Hardwick
Description: a Ceramic Dodo bird.This is probably one of the most fun sculptures of this tragic bird, cast by sculptor Bruce Hardwick, for sale who manages to capture this remarkable creature in a moment of chuckling over an amusing and possibly risque joke`. It is made in Raku ware, which is a ceramic firing process, developed by the Japanese over the centuries, including various plant and straw materiel into the Kiln. It is the resultant vapours that gives each figurine its own colouring and patina.
Size: 43 x 22 x 20 cm (height x width x depth) It is a 0.25 times lifesize sculpture
'Little Dodo (bronze Baby Dodo Indoor Outdoor statuette)' by Bruce Hardwick
Description: a Small Young Fledgling Amusing Dodo Happy Bronze sculpture.Created by this brilliant sculptor, Bruce Hardwick. He somehow always manages to inculcate his Art with a sense of humour and you can see this with this and his Raku one with his usual skill and aplomb.
Size: 34 x 17 x 16 cm (height x width x depth) It is a maquette sculpture It is a 0.2 times lifesize sculpture
'Dodo - Large Dark Green (Smiling Standing sculpture)' by Bruce Hardwick
Description: Laughing/ Chuckling Dodo Copper limited edition sculpture for sale forIndoors Inside and Outside Outdoors in th Garden by the English Sculptor Bruce Hardwick who writes.... "- Large dark green copper patina, with Black beak and toes.
'Dodo - (Laughing Chuckling Amusing Bird sculptures)' by Bruce Hardwick
Description: Dodo Caricature with a Naughty Smile limited edition sculpture for sale for Outside Outdoors and Inside Interior use in the House by the Humourist Sculptor Bruce Hardwick who simply writes... "Large Green Dodo with Distressed Patina"
"I say that the art of sculpture is eight times as great as any other art based on drawing, because a statue has eight views and they must all be equally well made." Benvenuto Cellini Italian Baroque goldsmith and sculptor1500-1571