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"Running Bare," a spirited female figurative sculpture, bursts with boundless energy and vivacity.


With each limb captured in motion, she exudes a sense of dynamic vitality and freedom. Frozen in mid-stride, her vintage costume and cap with goggles float with her outstretched limbs conveying a sense of unstoppable momentum and determination.


"Running Bare" embodies the essence of liberation and joie de vivre with her infectious enthusiasm and the sense of freedom she embodies.


A bronze sculpture stands proudly, as a timeless testament.


Its form, frozen in time, captivates viewers with its intricate details and graceful contours. The rich patina of the bronze surface tells a story of age and endurance, a silent witness to the passage of time.


Each curve and line whispers of the creator's hands, breathing life into the inert metal  - whether capturing a moment of triumph, a fleeting emotion, or an eternal truth, the bronze sculpture invites contemplation and reflection, bridging the gap between art and reality.


With its enduring presence, it stands as a symbol of beauty and strengt, transcending generations to inspire awe and admiration for centuries to come.


  • always limited edition series

  • made in UK/Ireland by family foundries

  • quality bronze metals used  (88% copper)

  • certificate of authenticity for bronzes

Suitable for in or outdoor settings.

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Running bare / Foundry bronze

  • Sculptures can be shipped world wide at cost, no VAT payable on exports outside the UK


    Metric – H: 58 W: 45 D: 20 centimetres (height / width / depth)

    Imperial – H: 23 W: 18 D: 8 inches  (height / width / depth)

    Weight -   9 kgs

    Medium: Foundry bronze

    Foundry Bronze – Foundry Bronze metal is a copper and tin alloy that is shaped using the traditional method of bronze casting, using the lost wax process – used by sculptors in ancient Greece.

    The bronze is melted at extremely high temperatures and then poured into a ceramic mould.

    The lost wax method of casting is a highly skilled, complex, time-consuming and labour intensive process. .

    The skill required in the casting, combined with the innate value of the bronze (which is made from copper and tin), gives rise to the comparatively high price of a bronze sculpture.

    Production time: 8 - 10 weeks upon receipt of deposit

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