Phoenix Arose From Ash Now Eagle Arises From Trash
By: Nature Sculpted
A Division of Avitas Apothecary, LLC
An Arizona not-for-profit company
Bronze Limited Editions * Welded Steel *Nature's Wildlife * Western Motifs
2256 West Catalina Avenue, Mesa, Arizona 85202-2627
P R E S S R E L E A S E
May 15, 2016
For Immediate Release
HAY BALING WIRE SCULPTURE
ON DISPLAY AT CITY HALL
Question: He makes Fine Art Sculpture out of WHAT?
Answer: A twisted pile of discarded hay baling wire and a scattering of old bed springs; that's what! No one else in the World uses this environmentally friendly and artistically pioneering technique to obtain such realistic detail in a sculpture.
Reach of the Bald eagle
Dimensions: 71cm x 76cm x 119cm
In its debut art competition this welded-steel sculpture won First Prize at the juried Third Annual Recycle Festival, Fashion Show and Art Exhibition, hosted by the WHAM Organization in Arizona, USA, from April 2 through April 29, 2016. To acknowledge the support and opportunities which the City of Surprise, Arizona, USA, provides to artists on a national basis, Arizona artist Jack Price has loaned the City his life-sized sculpture entitled Reach of the Bald Eagle, which is now on public display at City Hall. Amazing, the sculpture may be, but Jack's technique is utterly astounding.
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This sculpture took Jack three months to create, utilizing only a gas welding torch, a discarded pile of hay baling wire, and old bed springs gathered from a family ranching property. Each large feather is constructed with approximately 500 small pieces of baling wire added with one thousand welds.
PR Contact for Artist: Nature Sculpted™
Mark Price (related)
Managing General Partner
Senior Artist's Agent
Major Contact for City: City of Surprise
Susan deJong, Chair,
Arts and Cultural Council
 No one else in the World, according to our diligent research concluded April 30, 2016.
Mark S. Price