by Dennis P. Anderson



In this magnificent bronze by wildlife sculptor Dennis P. Anderson, a blue heron takes flight over lily pads by the wooded bank of a pond. Standing 6'-0" tall, this life-size monument makes a bold statement with its graceful, natural beauty, and commands awe from every angle.



The piece was cast in 1991 by Heartland Art Bronze, one of the Midwest's premiere art foundries. The distinctive blue patina with bronze highlights sets this piece apart from other monumental sculptures.









The piece is privately owned and is for sale at this time. It is believed to be #4 of a proposed edition of 15, but since it is the last one made it is actually #4 of a series of 4. For additional information, feel free to contact Alan Webster:

e-mail: alan at essensualsculpture dot com
phone: (785)979-6956





Wildlife sculptor Dennis Anderson, a native of Seattle, Washington, attended the Santa Barbara City College and the Art Center College of Design, of Pasadena, both in California. He worked as an illustrator for the Department of Defense, as a scientific illustrator for the University of California, as a designer for Hallmark Cards, Kansas City, and as a freelance illustrator. He was been a full-time fine artist from 1973 until his death in 2005. His work eloquently expresses the observation of the movement and emotion of Animals in action. He was awarded with a Gold Metal from the National Academy of Western Art among many other awards.