“Circle Game” (River Otters) by Carole Danyluk

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There is nothing as fluid as a pair of graceful river otters as they swoop and swirl through the water .  This limited edition bronze sculpture entitled “Circle Game” depicts their favorite time of year,  the annual salmon run,  in the Frasier River in British Columbia, Canada.   “Circle Game” is a limited edition cast bronze sculpture which is mounted on a round verdi marble and wood base.  This piece stands 22″ tall and is an edition of 50.  Inquire for details

“Bear Spray” (Black Bears) by Carole Danyluk

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Limited Edition Bronze Sculpture “Bear Spray” depicts four black bears in a very compromising situation.  The three cubs have encountered a skunk who is preparing to disperse his assailants.  Everyone runs for cover.  This is a sculpture that captures the moment of surprise with reactionary movement.  “Bear Spray stands 20” tall and is a limited edition of 50.  $11,000. includes shipping in US and Canada.

“Rhythm of the Sea” (Sea Otters) by Carole Danyluk

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The sea otters of the Pacific coast of North America are recognizable to everyone with their whimsical antics whether feeding, grooming or playing.  Here, in the limited edition bronze sculpture ,”Rythym of the Sea”, we see them spiraling through the kelps where they live.  The limited edition bronze sculpture is adorned at the base with a giant Pacific Clam and abalones.  This is a signature piece for the artist.  It is an edition of 50, of which there is only one remaining which is an AP.  “Rhythm” is mounted on verdi marble and fine walnut wood.  It stands about 20″ tall. $3900. includes shipping in US and Canada.

“Surveyor” (Bald Eagle) by Carole Danyluk

Kootenay Lake Aerie

Kootenay Lake-photo by Cathie Douglas

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Any day on Kootenay Lake yields a variety of different bird sightings, but in BC we live amoungst the bald eagles.  Their populations on the coast and inland have increased and stablized over the past twenty years to the point where we see them almost everyday.  They are truly majestic birds.  Limited edition bronze scupture “Surveyor” stands 21 inches tall and is mounted on black marble and fine walnut wood. Edition is limited to 50. Inquire for details.

“Teamwork” (Beavers) by Carole Danyluk

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“Team work” is what is needed when building a house, a business, a life or a nation.   These two beavers know instinctively how to share the load.  As our Canadian National Animal they deserve respect and admiration for their work ethic, tenacity and contribution to our history.  This sculpture is cast bronze mounted on verdi marble and fine walnut wood.  “Teamwork” is about 12″ wide.  Edition of 36, with only 1 left (#1, the perfect corporate gift) $2500. includes shipping.

“Star Search” (Sea Otters) by Carole Danyluk

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“Star Search” depicts the daily life of sea otters. When sea otters need to anchor themselves in strong tidal currents, they roll themselves in the  long ropey kelp leaves.  Often, an anchored nursing female will have shellfish delivered to her by her mate.  Besides being fascinating tool-users they also capture a sculptor’s imagination with their fluidity, gentle faces and graceful underwater acrobatics.  This cast bronze sculpture is mounted on verdi marble and fine walnut wood.  It is 21″ tall.  Edition is limited to 50.  Inquire for more details.

“Two Tons of Love” (Pacific walruses) by Carole Danyluk

"Two Tons o' Love"

The frozen Arctic is home to these unique creatures which can weigh up to two tons each.  Hugely social, they hunt and feed in packs where their long ivory tusks are used as tools to scrape up the bottom of the seabed to reveal clams and other mollusks.  Walruses were a staple item in the native people’s food supply and native hunters are really the only threat to these animals as even polar bears shy away from the potentially lethal defenders.  “Two Tons of Love”  depicts a large amorous bull with one member of his harem.  This limited edition bronze is mounted atop a double laminated green marble base and is 20″ long. The piece also has 3 flying puffins.  Edition limited to 50.   Inquire to purchase.

High Polished Tusks

“Enough for Two” (River Otters) by Carole Danyluk

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When the pickings are slim the catch sometimes has to be shared.  This is the message in limited edition bronze sculpture  “Enough for Two” where a pair of river otters has dragged their dinner to land to divide it up.  This sculpture is 13″ tall. Edition limited to 50. Inquire to purchase.

“Drifters” (Polar Bears) by Carole Danyluk

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A sow polar bear and her two cubs float upon an ever diminishing ice floe.  Few species has been as profoundly impacted by climate change as the polar bear.  In need of ice for their existance , they drift and search for adequate feeding grounds.  One can only lament their uncertain future.  The cast bronze sculpture entitled “Drifters” has an enhanced color patina and is mounted on white marble.  It is 12″ long. Edition limited to 50. Inquire to purchase.

“High Tide” (Sea Otter) by Carole Danyluk

"High Tide" (sea otters) detail.

“High Tide” (Sea Otter) by Carole Danyluk

Playful sea otters abound in the waters of British Columbia.  Here they can often be seen playing amid the flotsam and jetsam that the high tide brings in.  Here, a sea otter can be seen pondering the potential of an abandoned Japanese net float.  A very engaging C.A. Danyluk signature piece. This is a near sold out edition of 50.  It is 11 inches long and is presented on a double laminate beveled marble base or single marble base. (Single base is shown) Inquire to purchase.