A delightfully elegant sculpture of two birds as they lower their heads towards each other, tails raised in the air.
Nesbert imbues the stone with a sinuous movement, suggesting the birds’ graceful movement, perhaps in a courtship dance.
Nesbert’s confidence as a sculptor shines through: this striking sculpture, with its clean lines and sweeping curves, captures the essence of a bird in elegant simplicity. Exceptional work!
Springstone is a hard variety of serpentine stone. It has a uniform internal structure with very few flaws. This makes it a perfect medium for more technically challenging sculpture, where the sculptor removes parts of the stone. It is suitable for indoor and outdoor display.