1991 LEGENDS MIXED MEDIA SCULPTURE ENTITLED “MEDICINE DANCER” BY CHRISTOPHER PARDELL

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Statue measures 5 1/4''H, 3''W at base. It's made out of bronze & fine pewter, with a green marble base. Excellent condition. Numbered 986 of 1600, with artist’s signature.

Christopher Pardell began sculpting at the tender age of four, and by his teenage years, Pardell had come to the realization that sculpting was to become his life's work. Influenced by the work of renowned sculptors Russell, Remington and Rodin, Pardell wanted to pursue his passion for realism. His formal education was laid aside in favor of an apprentice moldmaker position with a commercial statuary company, and it was there that he received what he considers to be his "real education in art." As an apprentice to the Italian master artisans who ran the statuary, Christopher rapidly learned the skills that would enable him to excel as an artist and earn the stature that has come with his success. Never sketching his designs on paper, Christopher composes all of his work in three dimensions, in a maquette. This unique approach explains the unparalleled beauty and detail that are the trademarks of his work. Christopher’s exceptional style and special talent have served to impress even the most discriminating collector. Currently, his artwork can be found in public and private collections throughout the world.  [ld] [ph:m]

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