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Fun, sculpture by Xu Hongfei 367. Fun, original wood sculpture by Xu Hong Fei (许鸿飞) (2011)

Xu Hongfei thinks that both chubby women and dogs can be fun, so what could be more fun than a chubby woman playing with her cute chubby Pekingese dog with his curled tail?

To see more of the sculpture of Xu Hongfei, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery, please, visit the Xu Hong Fei Pages.
      29x14.5x21cm  
               
Deadwood, sculpture by Pan He at Leona Craig Art   Dead wood, original cast bronze sculpture by Pan He

The sculpture shows a bull pulling up dead wood.  Pan tells us that if you look at his front leg, it is already faltering because the job of pulling up all the deadwood in China is an enormous task.  This sculpture was made for the city of Shenzhen, the mainland sister city of Hong Kong, and is now the sculptural symbol of that city.

Pan he always has interesting commentary to make with is sculpture, and was especially like both the execution and the message.  This is one of the few artists proof in existence.

To see more of the art of Pan He, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery, please, visit the Pan He Pages.

      84x25x17cm  
               
Mouse, sculpture by Huang Yong Yu   Mouse, original cast bronze sculpture by Huang Yong Yu

Huang Yong Yu is better known for his traditional paintings than for sculpture.  However, over the last several years, he has been the sidekick of sculptor, Xu Hong Fei, and, perhaps, he has influenced him in his foray into sculpture.

This mouse with its one tooth is a really cute little piece; we have seen larger mouse sculptures by Huang, but this one is the most adorable.

      6x7x10cm  
               
Shark: sculpture by Bo Liang 330. Shark: original black marble one of a kind sculpture by Bo Liang

In his series of eight different one-of-a-kind sculpted black marble fish, Bo Liang made a small and a larger shark; this is the small one.  He has a series of dorsal fins, two sets of lateral fins, and a fanciful tail, and gill flaps; his nose is pointy.

He weighs around 10 pounds, and he measures around inches long.  To see more of the art of Bo Liang, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery on-line, please visit the Bo Liang Sculpture Page and the Bo Liang Wall Art Page.
  $1,500   22cm/L  
               
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