Goddess in bronze

My second monumental-size sculpture cast in bronze.

 Dedicated to the North Westerly winds, she brings rain to our thirsty Western Cape earth, a blowing, billowing, blustery storm wind.


She is a mythological piece following a similar thread of content as my ‘Cape Doctor’ a bronze sculpture of the South Easterly wind that I made some years ago.

The Cape Doctor, the beastly South Easterly that cleanses, here is my article link: 

linkhttps://stephenrautenbach.com/2013/07/28/the-cape-doctor-bronze/


He is The South Easter and Bacchus and stands in a private garden in Stellenbosch South Africa.

Goddess sculpture

Goddess is a sculpture by Stephen that depicts the North Westerly Wind that blows a gale in the western Cape South Africa

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Goddess the North Westerly Wind she brings the rains

Goddess

In Wax for bronze

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Pangolin being patinated

Pangolin locally known as Ietermagog is my latest sculpture character cast in bronze. 

The Pangolin is a silent, mysterious mammal, a beautifully armoured beast.

 I have made her female and she is curled up in a characteristic defensive manner, though here she reveals herself to the viewer.

She is another tactile, interactive sculpture, made to place and handle without a fixed position.

She forms a spiral, representative of the spiral of life.

These lovely creatures are sadly being hunted to extinction.

This is a monumental bronze sculpture, dedicated to the plight of the Pangolin.

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