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December 15, 2011

Sky Dancers Unveiling - Paul D. Rhymer, Wildlife Sculptor

Skydancers have waited, patiently, for this first-ever, Oklahoma-specific bronze offering by renowned wildlife sculptor and 2011 Nature Works Monument Winner, Paul D. Rhymer...and come ice storm or finally arrives at the gallery Saturday, December 17th!

As you know, there are only 25 sculpture in the Sky Dancers - Scissortail Flycatchers edition, and it is available exclusively through Lovetts Gallery.  We thank you for helping us pre-sell the first 10 in the edition and we are moving forward with pouring the next 10 (ETA mid January). How great would it be to sell out the entire edition exclusively to Oklahoma collectors!?!?

We are so very proud of Paul and this piece...and we are very excited to finally be sharing it with you!

Please join us Saturday, December 17th from 11:00-2:00 in welcoming Paul Rhymer back to the gallery and for the unveiling of this much anticipated sculpture.

For those of you interested in acquiring Sky Dancers, deposits for the next pour will be taken at the event. Please note that they are no longer available at the pre-cast price. Edition numbers are reserved on a first come basis with deposit.

Paul D. Rhymer is a wildlife bronze artist who is represented by Lovetts Gallery, a Tulsa Art Gallery.


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