Whale Sculpture "Bubble Netting"

Starlite Originals Sculptures
$1,564.00
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SKU:
SO3624
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MADE TO ORDER ships in 6-8 weeks
Dimensions:
10 in L x 9 in W x 14 in H
Species:
Whale
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Sculptures
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From Starlite Originals, this stunning Whale Sculpture titled "Bubble Netting" by artist Kitty Cantrell depicts a deep-sea scene in rich color and intricate detail. Created using mixed media, this piece features two humpback whales in the midst of their feeding ritual. Humpback whales often trap schools of prey by creating bubble nets: a group of whales swims together in a shrinking circle blowing bubbles to confine their prey. Composed of an array of metals finished with hot patina, and then encased in hand-carved lucite, Bubble Netting makes a conversation-starting accent piece in any room of the home. 

  • By wildlife artist and sculptor Kitty Cantrell 
  • Mixed Media whale sculpture
  • From Starlite Originals
  • Made in the USA

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About Starlite Originals

Starlite Originals celebrates an innovative and gorgeous balance of classic Old World artistic traditions and modern perspectives, methods, materials and styles. This artwork represents the individual visions of the gifted artists that design and sculpt for Starlite Originals Studios, as well as the company's commitment to showcasing new and provocative looks and styles.

Founded in California in 1972 as a family-owned fine art print and publishing company, Starlite Originals has grown to embrace its role as a foundry for innovative emerging artists working in a range of materials. Many Starlite Originals pieces are sculpted in resin and then encased in crystal-clear, hand-carved Lucite.

The creative process at Starlite Originals begins with each artist carefully carving their vision in soft sculptural clay called plasticine. After the first carving, a team of master mold makers craft first-generation models using the traditional "lost-wax" casting method. A variety of metals may be used in each sculpture, including hand-tooled finishing elements like Lucite, wood, brass, fine pewter, copper, and 24k gold vermeil. The vibrant colors in each sculpture are a result of a patina technique using heat, various chemicals, and acid to permanently oxidize the colors to the metal sculpture.

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  • Usually ships next business day unless stated made to order
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