Lydia Karpinska, The owl and the Pussy-cat Dancing

Lydia Karpinska, The Owl and the Pussy-cat.

Capturing joy and movement from every angle, this charming intrepretation entitled They danced by the light of the moon, is of course the unmistakable owl and pussy cat of Edward Lear. This piece is the work of sculptor Lydia Karpinska BA, M.R.B.S. This study in mixed media resin, patinated and hand finished by the artist, is 20cm x 37cm x 27cm A wonderful addition to an existing collection, or equally as a charming accent stand alone piece. Lydia is an artist whose public sculptures include Windsor Lady (HM Queen Elizabeth ll) complete with Corgis at Batchelors Acre Park, Windsor, Sir Nicholas Winton whose seated figure partially occupies a bench at Maidenhead Station. Vintage Boys and The Boy & Boat, Maidenhead. Green Man, Woburn Square, London. Swing, Skate, Star, Elms Park, Bracknell and Water Babies, Wokingham.

The Saleroom.

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