Gorilla

£350.00

 

A stunning portrayal of a majestic beast, sitting calmly, watching the world go by – he would make a fabulous statement either inside the home or outside in the garden.

Due to the hand-made nature of this item, the typical delivery time will be 4-6 weeks. However, if you need it sooner than this, then please email us, as sometimes quicker delivery is possible.

 

H – 42 cms  W – 55.5 cms  D – 40.5 cms

Collection from the Gallery only

 

SKU: ED24 Category:

Delivery & Returns Information

We are making local deliveries only to BS21: Due to the current rate that that COVID is spreading we are minimising our contact with couriers and not visiting the post office.  We have taken the difficult decision not to offer click n collect for the same reason. When we receive your order we’ll be in touch to arrange a suitable time to make your delivery. Thank you for your understanding in these difficult times.

For more information on our delivery and returns policy, please read here

About Matt Buckley's sculptures

Matt Buckley produces his instantly recognisable sculptures under the name of Edge Sculpture. Each piece is designed and sculpted by Matt Buckley and his small team of highly skilled sculptors and artists at his studios in Shropshire, England.

In the making of his very first sculptures Matt set out to make something that was different to anything currently in the sculpture arena and something that had an elusive feel to it – so when you first see it you are not quite sure what it is made of.  The sculptures are made of reconstituted crushed marble and carbon which when fused together makes a stone paste. Many people understandably mistake it for wood which is credit to its organic properties and tactile finish.

Matt’s work is influenced by style rather than subject.  The mix of form, light and texture gives a unique feel to each individual piece. Each subject has been originally sculpted from clay, which allows the creation of pieces that deliver both a dynamic and organic feel.  The making process is a long one, involving casting, curing and firing before finally being hand painting.  Due to the hand made and hand painted nature of these pieces slight differences in finish will occur making them all the more attractive.