Bronze Sculpture of Crocodile and Girls by Robert Rorich
Robert Rorich’s bronze sculpture of Crocodile and Girls on a wooden sleeper base.
The interaction between the Girls and the Crocodile is a positive one. This dangerous and scary beast is the path on which the Girls are gayly walking.
“I’ve never really thought about making a crocodile before, they are such beautiful animals at the same time as being horrendously scary. I’d like this work to be looked at and seen with happy eyes. Of course, I can’t control viewers natural thoughts, I hope that everyone embraces their own feelings toward this work.”
The Price includes 20% which Robert has chosen to dedicate to the Eden to Addo Corridor Initiative.
Robert’s bronze sculptures are cast in bronze using the ‘lost wax method’ at Bronze Art Africa in White River, Mpumalanga and at 4G8 foundry in Woodstock, Cape Town.
“I make them with wooden bases and wire armatures and pack on wax-based clay. I reuse the clay after each piece is done but the wood bases and wire can unfortunately only be used once.”
All of Robert’s sculptures have a lead-time of two months