Art Imitates Nature In These Wild Steel Sculptures

By Author Info  |  March 18, 2020

Art Imitates Nature In These Wild Steel Sculptures

Multi-talented Utah-based sculptor, Andrew Chase creates stunning mechanical wildlife sculptures made of raw steel and an assortment of recycled automotive and industrial parts. These eerily life-like creations each take the artist 80-120 hours to complete. From African elephants to Polar Bears to the mighty T.Rex, the artist welcomes commissions for animals of all shapes and species.

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