Bar-throated Apalis Bronze Sculpture

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Bar-throated-apalis Bronze Sculpture

Anthobaphes violacea

These stunning little birds were regular visitors in the milkwood trees around the house on the Breede river where my family and I spent our time during the Covid lockdown. I was lucky to be able to study the bar-throated apalis up close daily. The branch that the bird is sitting on is part of a shrubs root system. Part of my ‘upside down world’ series.

Title: Bar-throated-apalis

Edition: 25

Size: 19 x 27 x 12cm

Base: Patinated Bronze on a Crystal Base

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