He took to the skies for the first time (Bronze Sculpture)

Dimensions 47.2 x 22.8 x 13 inch (H*L*W) 35.9 lbs
120 x 58 x 33 cm (H*L*W) 16.3 kgs

Materials Bronze

Editions /8

Enquire Now
Ask about Art Money Credit
Pay in 10 installments over 10 months with no charges. US only

With the lifting of the ban on using rhinoceros horns for traditional medicine in China, the plight of the rhino seems to be going from bad to worse. Struggling to leave the threat of extinction behind, the rhino is still being hunted mercilessly by poachers for its priceless horn. Tied to this awful fate, we need to push past this reality and make the world understand the true worth of the rhino species while it is still alive. A rhino that is alive and thriving is worth so much more! This amazing flying rhino defies all the odds and soars free from the harsh world poaching has caused for his species. This sculpture represents the shift in global consciousness, from one of greed and extinction to one of love and life.