Stickleback Fish Bowl II is a blown glass sculpture by Darren Petersen with a metal base. Petersen's glass artistry has brought the aquatic world to life with this stunning Murrine glass piece that features a brook stickleback. The brook stickleback is a small freshwater fish known for its distinctive blue-green hues and delicate fins, rendered in captivating and vibrant colours. The stickleback's meticulously crafted bowl is adorned with Murrini patterns reflecting its natural habitat, with the fish perched atop a metal rod.
The round metal base stabilizes the sculpture, ensuring that the intricate details of the stickleback can be appreciated from all angles. Additionally, the fish can be detached from the bowl, which is a thoughtful design for easy transportation. This piece not only showcases the beauty of the brook stickleback but also exemplifies Petersen's ability to fuse nature with the decorative arts in a functional work of art.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 11.5 x 10" x 6"
Medium: Blown Glass
Display: The glass fish is mounted on a forged, removable metal stand.
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