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A Bronze Wildlife Sculpture

By Eddie Hallam

I remember my first encounter with a snipe as a young boy. I saw it climb to a good height before diving towards the ground at great speed and making a ‘drumming’ sound with its wings. I later learned that this was a breeding display to attract a mate.


The initial sketch for this sculpture was done in Shetland. I was visiting a friend who had a garden which snipes visited on a daily basis. I chose this pose for the sculpture because it is the one adopted by the snipe as she sat in the garden watching me sketch her.


Limited Edition of 30


  • 3.905kg

  • 16 x 26 x 15cm

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