For centuries, artists have chosen enduring and costly materials to create their most meaningful and inspirational works of art, found in cathedrals and museums around the world.
Across the country, as night falls, you can hear the Great Horned Owl as it calls “Hoo Hoo-o-o” to its nestlings. Now this stunning owl family sculpture invites you right into an owl family’s woodland home.
With eyes filled with the wisdom of the ages, this beautiful maiden is as wise as her wolf spirits before her and a shining example of womanhood and a proud people.
A proud monument to Canada’s history, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, formed in 1940 (preceded by the Royal Northwest Mounted Police) are Canada’s national police force. Immortalized in this bronze statuette, the RCMP have a long standing track record for upholding the law across the country. And they always get their man!
The Munchkin Mayor, portrayed in the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz by Charles Becker, welcomes you to adventure with this stunning Bradford Exchange piece.
All he wanted was a brain, the Scarecrow races to save Dorothy on their adventure down the Yellow Brick Road.