Thursday, March 16, 2017

Free Wheelin’ bronze sculpture by Stanley Wanlass, 1984

Stanley Wanlass is widely regarded for his ability to capture motion in his works in bronze, and is renowned for his heroic historical monuments and his automotive bronze sculptures. Wanlass casts in bronze using the 6000 year old classic process called “cire perdue” (lost wax).

Free Wheelin’ presented here is a bronze of an elegant young lady driving her Alfa Romeo 2.9 with her Greyhound sitting in the passenger seat, her hair flowing in the wind.

Signed, edition of 30, 40" long x 16" wide x 11 high, including walnut base.