Kiwi Sculpture find new home at Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum"
September 16 I received some incredibly exciting news this week from the United States: my bronze kiwi sculpture has been acquired by The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. This marks the second time one of my sculptures has been added to their collection, the first being the sword-billed hummingbird. What makes this acquisition particularly meaningful to me is that the museum specializes in Birds in Art from all around the world. The fact that my work has found a place in a museum dedicated to Birds in Art is a true honor and inspires me to continually push the boundaries of my craft when it comes to depicting birds. As I reflect on this achievement, I can't help but feel a sense of accomplishment and motivation to set the bar even higher. In fact, I'm already well into the advanced stages of designing my next sculpture for the upcoming 'Birds in Art 2024' exhibition. In my mind's eye, I can already see the finished piece, and I find myself happily floating on cloud nine as I immerse myself in this creative process.