Bronze Bird Sculptures

Bronze Bird Sculptures by Sarah Richards, Nottingham Road, South Africa
African Scops Owl - Sarah Richards - Sarah Richards. Bronze Edition 30, 20 x18 x 13cm, 3.3 kg, 2005

Bronze Edition 20 x kg, 2005

The African Scops Owl is one of Africa’s smallest owls, this widely distributed, notoriously mysterious creature has a voice which is synonymous with quiet African Savanna evenings. By day it camouflages itself in trees with bark resembling its plumage, sitting upright and elongated close against the stump. With ‘ear tufts’ protruding it will often resemble a dead branch.

The African Scops Owl is one of Africa’s smallest owls, this widely distributed, notoriously mysterious creature has a voice which is synonymous with quiet African Savanna evenings. By day it camouflages itself in trees with bark resembling its plumage, sitting upright and elongated close against the stump. With ‘ear tufts’ protruding it will often resemble a dead branch.

Hamerkop - Sarah Richards - 0 x 40 x 15cm Bronze Sculpture, Edition 6, 2004 4.2 kg incl base

Hamerkop - Sarah Richards - 0 x 40 x Bronze Sculpture, Edition 2004 kg incl base

Hamerkop - Sarah Richards - This bronze sculpture makes a fantastic addition to a water feature, adding a South African zest to a special environment.

Hamerkop - Sarah Richards - This bronze sculpture makes a fantastic addition to a water feature, adding a South African zest to a special environment.

Helmeted Guineafowl - Sarah Richards - Sarah Richards

Helmeted Guineafowl - Sarah Richards - Sarah Richards

Amethyst sunbird on Erythrina humeana flower - Sarah Richards - Sarah Richards

Amethyst sunbird on Erythrina humeana flower - Sarah Richards - Sarah Richards

Cape Robin - Sarah Richards - Sarah Richards

Cape Robin - Sarah Richards - Sarah Richards

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