Steve Kestrel



22 x 12 x 14 in.
4 available / 21
We’ve viewed bobcats on our property over 100 times, from seconds to hours. On snowy days, they would pounce, dispatch, and devour voles or mice, wash their faces, and while sitting upright, doze in winter sunlight, content and peaceful. Watching this ritual many times, I recalled a sculpture I had admired of a domestic cat by Edouard Sandoz (1883-1971). That Sandoz sculpture and my own observations became joined in my mind . . . and thus, Respite.