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Racing Horses by Dona Dalton. Inspired by vintage toys, these whimsical wooden horses gallop along on functional wheels. Carved from poplar wood using a bandsaw, refined with rotary carving tools and a belt sander, then painted with layers of latex enamel and acrylic. Sturdy painted cardboard mane. Each is unique and will vary.

Racing Horses by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Kingfisher Collection by Dona Dalton.  Made of poplar, painted with acrylic. Bandsaw carved. Signed on the bottom.

Kingfisher Collection by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Kingfisher Collection by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture)

Hope by Dona Dalton. Standing on the back of a whale, a figure scans the horizon, preparing for life's possibilities during a time of great change. The whale is crafted from laminated white pine, which is then carved and shaped by a band saw and sander. The figure, made from poplar, is sculpted with a rotary carver. The pieces are finished with layers of latex enamel paint. A hand-painted poem adorns the underside of the whale, adding further meaning. The poem,

Hope by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Hope by Dona Dalton. Standing on the back of a whale, a figure scans the horizon, preparing for life's possibilities during a time of great change. The whale is crafted from laminated white pine, which is then carved and shaped by a band saw and sander. The figure, made from poplar, is sculpted with a rotary carver. The pieces are finished with layers of latex enamel paint. A hand-painted poem adorns the underside of the whale, adding further meaning. The poem,

Ibis Moon Barq by Dona Dalton. The ibis, the totem animal of the ancient Egyptian moon god, Thoth, is represented in this mythological sculpture. Carved poplar and pine wood is painted with acrylic enamel. Top of boat is detailed with metallic leaf.

Ibis Moon Barq by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

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Crested Kingfisher by Dona Dalton. Whether traveling by wing or by wheel, this charming kingfisher is happy to perch anywhere in your home. Lifelike markings are meticulously painted with latex enamel on poplar wood that has been carved with a band saw. Each is unique and will vary.

Crested Kingfisher by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Crescent Moon Boat by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture) (11" x 5.5")

Crescent Moon Boat by Dona Dalton. Thoth, the Egyptian god of the moon, rides on the crescent. This painted poplar sculpture is accented with luminescent highlights.

Journey Boat: Couple with Bird by Dona Dalton. Sculpture carved and hand painted with latex enamel and touches of metallic paints. Boats are safe havens as well as carriers to adventure and discovery. This sculpture features a couple with one figure holding a bird, and a bee is carved on the bow. On the underside of the boat is a quote from Rumi:

Journey Boat: Couple with Bird by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Journey Boat: Couple with Bird by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture)

Racing Horses by Dona Dalton. Inspired by vintage toys, these whimsical wooden horses gallop along on functional wheels. Carved from poplar wood using a bandsaw, refined with rotary carving tools and a belt sander, then painted with layers of latex enamel and acrylic. Sturdy painted cardboard mane. Each is unique and will vary.

Racing Horses by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Carolina Wren by Dona Dalton. Made of poplar, these little chipper wrens are carved on the band saw and shaped on the sander. They are painted with latex enamel , and many layers are rubbed into each one to create rich, rusty colors. On a shelf, they bring a cheery sense of busy, chattering birds. Not intended for children.

Carolina Wren by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Little Green Bee-Eater by Dona Dalton. Known for its daring acrobatics as it snaps up insects in mid-air, the little green bee-eater is a remarkable bird - and this one is happy to roost anywhere in your home. Both bird and wheeled perch are carved from poplar wood, hand painted with latex enamel, and finished with a bit of shimmer. Each is unique and will vary.

Little Green Bee-Eater by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Journey Boat: Figure with Dog: Dona Dalton: Wood Sculpture | Artful Home

Journey Boat: Figure with Dog by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

Journey Boat: Figure with Dog: Dona Dalton: Wood Sculpture

Texas Kingfisher Rides the Minnow by Dona Dalton. From northern South America up to Texas and New Mexico, the feisty Green Kingfisher will hover and dive. This time, she's landed on a fish, not necessarily for a meal. Prawns and insects are good too. Band saw carved poplar, with acrylic and latex enamel paint. Fish patterns and wheels may vary.

Texas Kingfisher Rides the Minnow by Dona Dalton (Wood Sculpture

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