Artist Ron Herron Bronze Sculpture Boat Ship Catamaran 94 LBS Large Rare Statue

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Artist Ron Herron Bronze Sculpture Boat Ship Catamaran 94 LBS Large Rare Statue

Artist Ron Herron Bronze Sculpture Boat Ship Catamaran 94 LBS Large Rare Statue

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One of a kind catamaran over 94 LB made in 1988 by Ron Herron.

Dimensions: 41″ long x 21″ wide x 14″ deep (Sails 22″ Long)

Artist Ron Herron was born and raised in Montana. His professional career as an artist spans more than three decades. His marvelous works depict the movement and feeling of life and are represented in various themes. 

His bronze sculptures are produced only in very limited editions, or occasionally in one-of-a-kind originals, ranging from table top to larger than life sized works.

His current works are incorperated into stunning utiliarian pieces such as portable and permanent wet bars, conference tables, executive office chairs, dining tables, coffee and end tables, and much more. 

Ron attends both National and International shows every year. He has won “Best of Show” awards and has been featured in many publications including the New York Times and the Chicago Times.

Here we have a remarkable signedUNIQUE BRONZE SCULPTURE. It is marked “1/1”, with it’s date of creation (1988). It is literally the ONLY ONE that was ever made, and is out of Marvin Carr’s “One-of-a-Kind in the World Museum”.

It depicts an ancient catamaran at full sail with it’s small crew. Celebrating one of ancient man’s greatest achievements, the settling of the Pacific, it is an incredible piece, worthy of a museum.