Eagle with Mouse
This is the last of the eagle series. This eagle has a 30" wingspan with talons gripping an antler that has been shed and is lying on the forest floor. Most deer antlers that have been shed provide a meal for small rodents. A mouse is using the antler as a quick hiding place. I can only imagine the end to this story.
And the Side View
This is a nice picture showing the slowing action of the landing eagle. The wings form a canopy and act as a brake to slow the eagle for landing.
I have always said, "The act of building something is greater than the ownership of it". However I not sure now. I really like this sculpture, but this one too, went to the gallery.
Tim Summerville, copper artist