In this bronze sculpture, a Fox is portrayed as asleep in the woods or its earth. But is it really asleep? Its ears appear as if attuned to every sound. Again within such a simple form, a mood and sense of life is expressed. Released in an edition of twelve.
Paris based sculptor Quentin Garel’s bronze sculptures constantly encourage questions. Are they actual fossils? Are they wood? Intricate details and textures on Garel’s sculptures intrigue viewers who are often surprised to learn that they are, in fact, bronze sculptures. Garel first begins with a drawing, then makes a carving in wood. From there he makes the mold to cast the bronze sculpture.