Brand: it's cactus - metal art haiti
Color: It is a varying color. A mixture and a blend of hues. dark black steel, browns and pewter tones. It changes depending on the lightin
- A dolphin and friends to enliven your space. This piece speaks of poolside or beach cottage decor.
- It's easy to hang your sculpture with just a few nails. Place the first nail within two design elements that are touching or notched. Then use a second and possibly a third nail, if the sculpture is large, to straighten and secure the piece against the wall. Just make sure that you don't place a nail in an eye or a mouth. A viewer's attention will go there quite naturally and therefore, directly to the nail. You don't want that!
- The riveted fin will be pressed flat when it is packed for shipping. Don't be afraid to bend it out a little bit to take advantage of it's 3-D aspect. Let that dolphin swim!
- If this sculpture will be displayed outdoors, here's a tip for keeping it looking as fresh and beautiful as the day you bought it: Simply take five minutes to apply a coat of clear, spray-on enamel from the hardware store. Once a year will do it!
- Natural color variations from dark silver to brown rustic tones.
Publisher: Remy Guy
Details: A dolphin and friends to enliven your space. This piece speaks of poolside or beach cottage decor. Firing, sanding, pounding, chiseling, cutting and shaping, Haitian artists fashion each beautiful recycled metal sculpture by hand. It is a tradition well-established in the village of Croix-des-Bouquets, as fathers have taught sons and neighbor has taught neighbor for four generations.