by Randy Groves
General Winfield Scott Hancock
July 3, 1863
General Nathan Bedford Forrest
Captain Horace Lawson Hunley
This manta ray was hand carved in Walnut wood. It is mounted on a Maple burl and is supported by an acrylic rod.
The finished piece was used to create the mold for the Bronze and Pecan wood limited editions.
It measures 12"L X 15"W X 8"H, and is currently on display in the Southwood Sculpture StudioIt is mounted on a Maple burl and is supported by an acrylic rod.
The acrylic rod that is used to mount the Manta Ray “disappears” into the background giving the illusion the Ray is floating above the ocean floor