Gemini – BF146
This is designed as a wall hanging sculpture.
Travelers will find that exploring the Marcus Ashley Gallery can be a sweet interlude between plans. Unlike the bustling streets of large cities, Lake Tahoe is tranquil and picturesque, making it an ideal setting for the gallery. While the view outside the exhibition space is magnificent, the patrons invite viewers to step through its doors and into a different world. Here is where one can admire Michelangelo, Eric Christensen, Dr. Seuss, and even Frogman art.
Tim “Frogman” Cotterill found his true calling in California after leaving England in 1990. Compared to the laid-back vibe of his hometown, California’s energy fueled the sculptor’s imagination and creative endeavors. Over the last couple of decades, Frogman’s craftsmanship has aged like fine wine, making him a highly revered artist.
In Gemini, Frogman emphasizes the unmistakable duality of two frogs encountering each other for the first time. As they lock eyes, they remain perfectly still, each drawn to the other’s likeness. Frogman places the electric blue amphibians on a polished bronze reed. Collectors will be delighted to know that the sculpture is wall-mountable. Place Gemini horizontally or vertically to take advantage of its versatile design and elegant finish.