This still shot captures the typical circumstance that most nilgai hunters in South Texas are familiar with. The elusive Nilgai Bull in full stride seemingly gliding across the landscape. Once this animal gets moving not much exists that can slow them down. For most hunters this sight means the nilgai has discovered them and that there’s nothing left to do but admire its athletic and evasive ability.
When studying this sculpture it is almost as though one was out in the field watching a proud nilgai bull bolt across and then all of the sudden someone pressed pause and permanently captured this moment.
This sculpture has accomplished one of the most challenging aspects of rigid bronze sculpting, “movement”. David has made stiff metal appear organic and free. The colored patina sets this sculpture apart by adding a boost of realism while the traditional patina highlights craftsmanship by emphasizing the quality of the sculpting and detail.
Limit of 100
19"L x 9"W x 14"H
RETURN AND REFUND POLICY
Due to the artistry & custom work there are no return or exchanges unless otherwise noted by David or Allen Hibler.