The metal and fruitwood Sandpiper in Sea Oats Wall Sculpture features three birds and a starfish, set against a background of sea oats blowing in the breeze. Coastal wall art is cut, formed, and welded using traditional brazing techniques. The paint is applied in several stages over a weather-resistant base. Approx. 19"Wx4"Dx31"H.
• Handpainted wall sculpture
• From an original design by Joanne Ferrara
• For indoor or outdoor use under covered patio
• Set also available (see Details)
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Also available: Set features two pieces. The first has three birds and a starfish set against a background of sea oats; the second features a starfish and shell with sea oats blowing in the breeze. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, minor variations in size and color may occur.Indoor/Outdoor Care and Use
Sandpiper and Sea Oats Wall Sculptures are crafted from metal and fruitwood.
May be used outdoors under a covered porch or patio; do not expose sculptures to the elements. Wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use chemicals, abrasives, or polishes.
Sandpiper & Sea Oats Wall Sculpture measures approx. 19"Wx4"Dx31"H.
Shells & Sea Oats Wall Sculpture is approx. 20"Wx29"H.
This item is shipped to you directly from our manufacturer. The Available date shown is the expected ship date for orders placed today. Items shipped from the manufacturer are sent via ground delivery only. We apologize this item cannot be gift wrapped or express shipped.
Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)
The scene is a nice one, but the paint that was applied to this sculpture left a lot to be desired, including several white spots on all the green leaves where the paint had either chipped or had not adhered to the piece. Also, there is a white, metal "bar" on the (bottom) back that causes the lower half of the piece to protrude from the wall and is noticeable on one side of the sculpture after it is hung. I remedied the problems with touch-up paint, and was able to anchor it to the wall so that it looks presentable.