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Seebird Seebird Kobus Kapp

Birds among other species on earth have been considered to be some of the oldest surviving animal species since the Mesozoic era (time of the dinosaurs) which predates to about 254-66 million years ago. Sculpting a series of birds in what appears to be only one shape in addition to various compositions imbues the sculpture with the vibrant and emotional essence of these colourful creatures.

In response to wildlife awareness, the “See Bird” series was therefore sculpted with recycled material and then finished with a reinforced Plaster of Paris. The all-white mono-chrome, adds a dramatic touch to the tonal values, exposed to the effects of direct light and reflected light.

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