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A solitary calf stands against a backdrop of SouthWestern splendor.

I have also made one of these with an inscription to Bob Barker.
Mercy For Animals presented it to Bob when they honored him with their Compassionate Leadership Award.

If you're curious to see plenty of 'in progress' posts for this piece on my blog, just type Bob into the search bar of my blog's home page.
My blog is at http://www.steveworthingtonart.blogspot.com

It's a method of sculpting called 'Bas Relief', where you create the illusion of depth in a surprisingly shallow form by means of a technique called 'the superposition of planes'.
The same method used to make the old medals of Roman emperors.

Oh, the dimensions are off by about 1/8" in each direction. It's actually about 5 and 7/8 x 7 and 7/8 inches.

By award winning artist Steve Worthington.

Bronze Sculpture Calf Wall Plaque in Bas Relief, 6" x 8"


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