“The Great One” (Chadwick Ram) by Rick Taylor

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Limited Edition Bronze Sculpture “The Great One” depicts the legendary stone sheep called the Chadwick  Ram.   This famous ram is the largest of the Stone sheep species to ever be harvested.   This ram was taken in 1936 by the famous L.S. Chadwick, and it’s status as world record has never been broken.  This free standing sculpture can also be used as a bookend.  “The Great One” belongs to a series of four sculpture bookends all depicting currrent world record sheep.  This sculpture stands about 11″ tall and is mounted on fine walnut wood.  The edition is limited to 100.  $2900 USD includes shipping in US and Canada.

“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.

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“Cadomin Ram” (Bighorn) by Rick Taylor

“Cadomin Ram” is a one quarter scale bust of the current world record Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep taken by Guinn Crousen at Cadomin, Alberta.  These busts are designed to be bookends or stand-alone sculptures.  This limited edition bronze sculpture is part of a set of four which also includes “El Patron” (desert),  “The Great One”  (stone sheep), Dall 2000 (Dall Sheep).  No one can reproduce the nuances and subtleties of a set of sheep horns as Rick can.  His committment to rendering these specific animals accurately is unsurpassed in big game art.  “Cadomin Ram” stands 12 tall and is an edition of 100.  $2900 USD includes shipping in US and Canada.

“Sons of the Desert” – Sonora to receive desert sheep monument from Rick Taylor and sponsors.

The artist with wax models for “Sons of the Desert”

The latest monument to be funded by the sale of a series of maquettes (miniatures) is the desert sheep called “Sons of the Desert”.  The larger than life-size monument will be installed in the city of Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.  It depicts two desert sheep rams atop a desert bluff where a ewe and lamb are approaching a waterhole.  This is the fourth and final wild sheep monument to represent the  four species of  North American wild sheep.  As with all previous monuments the sponsors’ names are displayed on a bronze plaque at the monument site.   This monument is scheduled for installation in the summer of 2011.   Sponsorships for the Desert Sheep Monument are still available to purchase.  $3900. includes the maquette (smaller version) of the “Sons of the Desert” and your names(s) on the sponsors’ plaque at the site.  The maquette is 16″ tall and is mounted on fine walnut wood.  The monument in Mexico will be mounted atop a custom made stone plinth replete with landscaping and a waterhole.  THIS EDITION IS SOLD OUT.

The artist working on “Sons of the Desert”

“Sons of the Desert” (detail)

“Honkers III” (Canada Geese) by Rick Taylor

Get the last casting available of this popular waterfowl sculpture. “Honkers III” depicts three Canada Geese “coming in”.  This limited edition bronze is mounted on black marble and 16″ tall.   This edition is sold out and is currently unavailable. This edition is SOLD OUT.

“Grizzly Doorknocker” by Carole Danyluk

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A sow grizzly and her two cubs create welcoming energy as she guards the front door to her den.  This limited edition bronze doorknocker entitled “Grizzly” is a beautiful way to greet your guests.  It installs very easily with color matched screws to any solid wood door.  This bronze doorknocker is about 8″ long.  Edition limited to 100. $695. US includes shipping in US and Cananda.

“Eye of the Hunter” by Rick Taylor

Falconry-an ancient tradition.

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Since the dawn of time hunters have been assisted by domesticated wild animals which include horses, dogs and even birds.  The mightiest of the birds used for hunting is the golden eagle in western Mongolia.  The limited edition bronze sculpture entitled “Eye of the Hunter” depicts this ancient practice.  As a companion piece to “Under Asian Skies” it further tells the story of the Mongolian and Kazahk way of life,  past and present. It features a Kazahk  hunter, his bird and his stout but powerful horse. This sculpture is part of the “Traditional Way” series, which reflects Rick’s personal interest in other cultures and old hunting traditions.  This bronze is 20″ tall. The edition is limited to 24. $12,500 USD includes shipping in US and Canada.

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“High in the Hindu Kush” (Kashmir Markhor) by Rick Taylor

The markhors (wild goats) inhabit the roughest mountains in the world.  The Hindu Kush is a mountain range in Northern Pakistan which flanks the Himalayas.  Here, the Kashmir Markhor owns the rock.  Also called the “flare-horn”  markhor, the spiral shape horns evoke a similarity to a kudu.  This is one of the most impressive animals for sheer sculptural stature and beauty.  This master of the crags wins hands down.  The limited edition bronze sculpture entitled” High in the Hindu Kush” is 20 inches high and is mounted on fine walnut wood. Edition is limited to 48. $6500 USD includes shipping in US and Canada.  THIS EDITION IS SOLD OUT

“Under Asian Skies” by Rick Taylor

Mongolia 2006

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“Asian Skies” detail

The largest wild sheep in the world live in western Mongolia.  A trip to the Altai mountains is a step back in time where the traditional people live much the same as they did a thousand years ago.  They are accomplished horsemen partly due to their horses, which, although small in stature, are strong and determined .  These horses are descendants of the line that allowed Genghis Khan to conquer the world.   Here one also finds the wild ibex, that spectacular mountaineer of the crags.  “Under Asian Skies” is a limited edition cast bronze sculpture which reflects Rick’s love of Mongolia, its people and wildlife. The success of this substantial work is due to the attention to details such as the saddlery, costuming and cargo. Also, to honor Mongolia and its citizens, Rick installed a larger than life-size monument of the mighty  Argali sheep  in front of the Natural History Museum, in Mongolia’s capital city, Ulanbaatar. “Under Asian Skies” is 25 inches long. The edition is limited to 36. $25,000. USD includes shipping in US and Canada.THIS EDITION IS SOLD OUT

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