Tipping Point


Wild elephant populations around the world are in a major decline, due principally to poaching. The African species population alone has fallen by 30% in just the last ten years.

I sculpted The Tipping Point after I returned from a photographic safari to Tanzania. To see these majestic creatures up close and personal in their natural habitat was a life-changing experience. I wanted to create a piece that symbolized the devastating consequences our actions have had on these animals.

We need to take action now to reverse this downward trend. Help us find a suitable spot for this piece to help bring public awareness to this critical point in the elephant’s future.

elephant art

Sculpture Description:

Species: African bush elephant
Material: Virginia steatite on a forged steel base
Dimensions: 28”w by 10”d by 20”h
Market value: $18,000.00


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