The Last Tango

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The Last Tango

Sculpture
Bronze Sculpture
Dimensions:
4.25" H x 14.00" W x 10.50" D
Medium:
Sculpture (- Bronze)
Year Completed:
2009
Subject(s):
Mexican Red-knee Tarantula with Cockroach
Original for Sale:
NFS
Available as Ltd Edition:
Yes
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Price: $2,880 USD

Amazing Arachnids!  One of the most docile of the more than 850 tarantula species world-wide, the Mexican Red-Knee Tarantula comes from the western coastal areas of Mexico.  

This piece was originally a commissioned piece for Na "Aina Kai Sculpture and Botanical Gardens on Kauai, Hawaii, as part of their Native American Navajo Village.  It was placed inside a small cave of the red-rock escarpment, where it is a great hit with visiting children!  

Then this pair really hit the road! "The Last Tango" participated in the following shows:
The 2011 Artists For Conservation Foundation annual show, "The Art of Conservation"; the 2011 Artists For Conservation Tour, which opened at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Arizona.  Then, it did a stint with the 2011 American Women Artists annual show, also opening at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Arizona, as well as the Cold Blooded Creations Art Show in Florida.  In 2013, it was selected by the new organization, Rocky Mountain Animal Artists Group, for their first annual show held at The Wildlife Experience Museum, in Parker (Denver), Colorado.

Available Editions of this Artwork

Edition Info Edition Size Dimensions Edition Price
Bronze Ltd. Edition- "The Last Tango" | Sculpture Edition (Numbered) 25 4.25" H x 14.00" W x 10.50" D $2,880.00 USD

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