Jonah And The Great Whale
An exquisite sculpture of Jonah as he swims out of the Great Fish’s mouth. The Orca is carved from Basswood grown on Vancouver Island, Canada and coated with nine coats of hand polished Varathane. The Orca’s teeth are sculpted from the roots of Arctic fox teeth found in the local dump near Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, Canada. Jonah is sculpted from an antique Hippopotamus tooth acquired from an estate sale. The base is an unusually large and rare nugget of Native Copper found on the surface near Sault. Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. This sculpture comes complete with a beautiful custom handmade glass display case (not shown).
Read a detailed article written by Tony Mayo about the creation of this sculpture.
Sculpture Base 11.25’’” x 8.5”
Sculpture Height 11.25”
Whale Length 14”
Jonah Length 1.75”
Glass Base & Cover 14.5 H x 13.5” W x 13.5” D | $18,500 US
Battle of The Orca & Thunderbird | Peregrine Falcon Emerge from The Void | Self Portrait Bust | Jonah and the Great Whale | Angel of the Lord | Ball Python Twins | Two Headed Bird | Back Flip Orca | Tree Frog | Stylized Angel Fish | Enoplosus Armatus | Baby Orca | Surfing Seal | Jonah and the Great Fish | The Raven | Boy who became an Eagle | Brujo and His Ally | Peace Pipe | Stó:lō Style First Nations Drum | Nebula | The Kiss | We Are All in This Together | I Can’t Hear You | Salmon | The Traveler | Battle of the North and South Winds | Applause