Waiting Quietly – Jeff Birchill

$800.00

Waiting Quietly – Rojo Balboa Spanish Fossilized Marble – 8.5x5x10

This young fox like so many seen in the forest waiting in the bushes for mother to return. The redness of this stone had to be a fox, and while walking in the nearby forest where fox are often seen.

 

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Artist Bio:
Jeff has been an exhibit sculptors for five years at The Waterfowl Festival. He sculpts his animals out of stone, while listening to birds at the forest edge. Although many of his one-of-a-kind sculptures have been exhibited in art museums, they are priced for the Easton Communities the same an edition bronze sculptures. He shortly became an Elected Member of the National Sculpture Society, and Signature Artist Member of The Society of Animal Artists. Six out of the last seven years he was accepted into the SAA Annual Exhibitions. “Rock Crawler” a Pacific Giant Octopus stone sculpture is now in the permanent collection of the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, and recently his Georgia Marble “Greyhound” was selected to be part of Brookgreen Gardens’ permanent collection. “Reef Explorer” a red travertine octopus was selected to representing the Nation Sculpture Society in 2019 at Brookgreen Gardens. His sculpture can be found in private collections in both Canada and the U.S.

 

Awards and commissions:

Award of Excellence (2018) - Society of Animal Artist
"Reef Explorer" was selected as one of 44 representing The National Sculpture Society
"Rock Crawler - aka. Inky" a stone octopus in now in the permanent collection of the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Oradell, NJ
"Born to Run Free" a Georgia Marble Greyhound in now part of the permanent collection of BrookGreen Gardens, Pawley Island, SC