Broad Tailed Hummingbird with Columbine Flower
The Broad-Tailed hummingbird spends its summers in mountain forests across the American southwest before migrating to Central America at the end of the season. In flight, the wings of a Broad-Tailed hummingbird produce a noticeable ‘trilling’ noise, unique to the breed.
This hummingbird wall sculpture features the vibrant colors of a lively hummingbird set against the softer colors of a columbine flower. The colors in this piece are created by sprinkling powdered glass over solid copper, then fusing the two in a kiln under extreme heat. The resulting floral hummingbird wall sculpture has rich detail and a smooth surface of vitreous enamel.
Measures approximately 8" wide x 12" tall x 1" deep.
- Work of art handmade by skilled artisans
- Vitreous enamel fused to copper
- 1600 degree kiln fired
- Conceived, designed and manufactured in Cheshire, Connecticut since 1952
- Measures approximately 8" wide x 12" tall x 1" deep
- All dimensions are approximate due to the hand crafting of the item
About Bovano of Cheshire
Bovano of Cheshire is a renowned wildlife and nature enameled copper sculpture company founded in 1952 by artist Jim Bower. Bower began what became his lifelong trade by blending metalworking and sculpture using a unique process of fusing powdered glass to copper.
Over the years the family has grown their selection into an array of stunning wall and desktop sculptures featuring birds, sea creatures, flowers, and botanical elements. To this day, each Bovano sculpture is crafted from start to finish by skilled artisans in Cheshire, Connecticut.