Pages Navigation Menu

Tracks of Giants

Dylan Lewis donates sculpture piece to Tracks expedition

Dylan Lewis donates sculpture piece to Tracks expedition

Great news!  Dylan Lewis, the world famous sculptor from South Africa, has donated  his beautiful Lioness Bust Maquette sculpture to raise funds for Tracks of Giants. Dylan’s work is world-recognized for its unique search to convey the deep, inner link between humans and the world of wild nature.  One of the most celebrated  of his exhibitions in this regard is Untamed, a collaboration with Tracks of Giants leader Ian McCallum (whose poetry is featured in the exhibition) and architect Enrico Daffanchio.

South African born Dylan Lewis lives in Stellenbosch in the Western Cape of South Africa. He is identified as one of the world’s foremost figures in contemporary sculpture, focussing chiefly on cats as his subject, with the wilderness as his primary inspiration.

Lewis´s work features in private collections throughout the UK, Continental Europe, United States and Australia, and he is one of only a handful of living artists to have had more than one solo auction with Christie´s in London.

The sculpture will be one of the select auction items when WILD10 convenes in Spain in October 2013, and the proceeds of its sale will support the outreach efforts of TRACKS following the expedition.

>Visit Dylan’s website

>View the S216 Lioness Bust II Maquette

>Learn about the Untamed Exhibition


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *