4″(10cm) tall x 5.5″(14cm) in side profile width – cast in bronze
This is rather an extraordinary piece of sculpture by the Lithuanian born Arturas. The fine detail sculpting and casting work that would have gone into this piece is remarkable. Although not known for their conventional beauty or attractiveness particularly, snails are wonderfully alluring and make for very interesting pieces of sculpture.
Sculpted and cast by himself in his now home of Galway, this one-off original bronze piece by this contemporary sculptor, would be a very striking piece to add to your collection.
Irish Art – Original Bronze – Collectable piece – Arturas – snails – sculptor – sought after artist – collectable
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