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Part of Adam’s “Aerorganic ” series, this piece is a melange between plant and airplane , based on the P-38 Lightning fighter bomber of WW2 as flown by Antoine De Saint Exupery , known to the Germans as “The Fork Tailed Devil ” due its twin boom tailplane.

Is this an aeroplane crashing or a plant growing, more like the aeroplane growing up but not yet fully formed, its bones and sinews stretch out to the sun and the skies.?

This bronze sculpture is No.1 of a limited casting edition of 12 and is patinated in a Christmas Island crab red patina.

Adam Warwick Hall- Bronze Sculpture

Size: H:65 cm x W:45 cm

Discover new sculpture by Adam Warwick Hall available to buy online and in our art gallery. Adam trained as a sculptor between 1989 and 1991. When he graduated he started working in the Film and TV industry as a sculptor and model maker. In 2010 he set up his own studio in Bristol. His fascination with aerodynamics and organic forms is a continuous theme to his work combining biology and mechanisation. Working from his studio, his uses a variety of techniques from industrial metal construction, fabrication techniques to traditional casting with bronze and steel. To discuss works by Adam Warwick Hall please contact, or call 01869 338155 / 07799 535765.

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