This Bear and Fish Sculpture shows a very detailed bear hunched over a stone trying to catch a salmon out of the river.
The fur on the bear is quite realistic which you can tell in the photo. The bear statue is made of resin and looks great!
The texture of the coat is very coarse for this Grouchy Bear Statue.
It is made of resin all the small details are well done, teeth, paws, ears are very well designed. The bear has a bronze finish.
The oval base will allow a 1/2 inch plaque if you'd like to customize.
Our favorite bear statue!
With one paw on a rock this bear is definitely checking things out. For one of our smaller bear sculptures, this sculpture still has a lot happening.
With a resin core that has been electroplated with bronze, the coat of this bear is quite "hair-like." The oval base is 4-1/2 inches long. It can have a 1/2 inch high plaque that is 3 inch long. We will mail you the plaque for you to adhere. It's easy to do.
Bear Sculpture on Stump shows how magestic a bear can be in the wild! The sculpture has lots of detail of both the bear and on the tree stump. This Bear Sculpture would be a great addition to your office. Customization possible with plaque.
Did you know the claws of a Grizzly Bear are as long a person's fingers?
This growling bear is beautifully detailed, grooves on its body resemble that of fur. Its mouth is wide open with teeth showing. This sculpture captures the bear in its natural habitat where it can do damage to any bull it encounters.
Founded in 1911, this USA company has been making hand cast statues for a long time. The process has many steps. This bear has a texture feel to its coat and looks like antique silver. The lustrous quality of this piece can be maintained by wiping it occasionally - so it won't tarnish. A white metal is used for the core. For the finishing touch it is electroplated with a silver finish. The base and bear are one piece.
Sleek Silver Bear has a contemporay style and coordinates with the sleek bull. The bear is slightly smaller in size than the bull. It's core is solid brass and it has been electroplated with a chrome non-tarnish finish.
If you'd like both the bull and bear, you can do that.
One of Zoo's favorite animals is the panda. Walking the San Diego Zoo on weekends for several years, I spent quite a bit of time in their Panda exhibit. Adorable animals.
Debbie, our artist, created this simple design of a panda bear on a white ceramic piggy bank. Click on images to see the panda bank from different sides. Debbie lives in San Diego.
Did you know a 2007 report showed 239 pandas living in captivity inside China and another 27 outside. A decade later 49 giant pandas lived in 18 zoos in 13 different countries. The San Diego Zoo has done a remarkable job having panda babies. Sadly when the panda reaches 3 years of age, they are shipped to China to live. Pandas are no longer on a decline.
This bronze bear statue means business! It's coat is beautifully detailed, grooves on its body resemble that of fur. Its mouth is wide open with teeth showing, This bear statue captures the bear in its natural habitat where it can do damage to any bull it encounters.
Founded in 1911, this US company has been making hand cast statues for a long time. The process has many steps. This bear has a texture feel to its coat and looks like antique bronze. The lustrous quality of this piece can be maintained by wiping it occasionally - so it won't tarnish. It begins with a white metal and the final step is electroplating with bronze. Looks great!
This statue features the head of a bear. It stands 8-1/2 inch high. The head of this bear has it's mouth closed in a serious expression. That's why we named this bear our "contemplating bear."
The bear has been electroplated with a dark copper for lasting finish. You can customize with plaque on base.
Did you know that Bears have an excellent sense of smaill even better than that of a dog or perhaps any other mammal?