Handful (Western Lowland Gorillas)

H 13", W 10", D 8" without base

Edition Size:  30


Some Bunny Loves You 

 4"H x 2-1/2"W x 3-1/2"D

Edition Size:  50


​Shari Vines studio

This is a Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep.  These 400-500 pound rams are famous for their large curled horns.  They have good eyesight which aids in jumping, gaining footholds and observing surrounding areas for predators.  If the ram's horns get too big, he will rub off the ends (called brooming) to keep them from interfering with his vision.   


14" H, 8" W, 7" D with base
Edition Size:  20

Horn of Plenty  

12" T, 8" W, 5" D (with granite and wood base)
Edition Size:  20

WWF Donation - With each sale of this piece I will make a donation to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in support of the vital conservation work they orchestrate globally.  

Wolves and ravens are known to pair up in service of each other in the wild.  The wolf catches its prey, the raven perches in a tree to alert the approach of other predators.  When the wolf is satiated, it allows the raven to feed.  Once they have both eaten and rested, they sometimes play. 

That thought of them spontaneously playing in the wild moved me to capture that magical moment.  Here the raven has just swooped down and pecked the shoulder of the wolf as the wolf jumps up and then continues to bound across the meadow.  We all need to remember the joy and power of play!