This sculpture is again like many others, a simple reflection of, what I consider to be life's greatest pleasure, the appreciation of flowers in the garden. It is a slight pause in time to reflect on those things that are good. Maybe a brief thought of what St. Katherine said, "All the way to heaven, is heaven". The name came from Bob Dylan's song, Farewell Angelina.
This piece is 37 inches tall and made of Polymer. This is a material that is castable and on drying, is very durable and capable of being outside through any weather. But unlike bronze, if hit hard enough, will break. It is fortified with fiberglass and has a weight similiar to bronze, about 40 pounds.
Each piece is mounted on a concrete block that has been specially produced for sculpture. The combined weight is 55 Lbs.
Price $1450 in Polymer
The bases now used are 3 inches deep, twice what is seen here.
David Wright & Ann Herzog Wright
Wright Fine Art
346 Lincoln St.
Amherst, WI 54406
Local Gallery News
At this point in our careers Ann's work is largely being shown on the main website with a few exceptions. The bigger work is there . Not all of the work is presently listed on ETSY but may be. Those pieces for sale will be so marked and might be linked to the ETSY site. At this juncture the only option for purchase may be to contact us directly. The prices will be reasonable.
The Edgewood Orchard Gallery in Fish Creek Wisconsin handles my (David) work and is open from May until Nov. It has a complete selection of each piece. This is one of the finest galleries in the midwest and is well worth a visit not only because of my artistic endeavors but for the many great works they display. Great owners and staff. The gallery is a real jewel.