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Stephen Charlton (B. 1958): Pair of large, boxing hares, 2015. Bronze no 3/9.

‘There’s no better feeling than when we experience a lift of our spirit. When captured, that exquisite moment can transcend our external environment. To make people smile inside is the driving force behind the creatures I create.

I embark on a journey to capture the essence of an animal, deliberately leaving detail to be filled-in by the viewer. Rather than create anatomical studies of my subjects, I observe behavior, stance and character. Character is the essence of being.’

- These boxing hares exude character and playfulness with a human quality characteristic of Charlton’s individual and original style and artistic sensibility.
- Injecting a sense of humor into the garden or the home if inset into plinths.
- Provenance: Private Collection, Kirkton House, Angus acquired directly from the artist.

Dimensions

102.00cm high (40.16 inches high), 20.00cm wide (7.87 inches wide), 10.00cm deep (3.94 inches deep)

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