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Artist:
Iain Nutting
Artwork materials: 
Welded steel
Medium: 
Sculpture
Artwork size: 
31 x 19 x 27 cm
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Animals have been a focus of art for thousands of years – a testament to their importance throughout time and across cultures.

Always drawn from life and constructed in reclaimed steel, Iain Nutting’s sculptures reflect his belief in the importance of the conservation of animals and of the natural environment. Each piece is unique.

This Black Cap Capuchin was observed and drawn from life at the Wales Ape and Monkey Sanctuary (WAMS). Capuchins are fascinating animals to watch as they are so active, inquisitive, bold, cheeky and obviously intelligent. Their expressions and human-like eyes make them particularly appealing to us.Capuchins are the most intelligent of the New World Monkeys. In the wild their main threats are from humans and habitat loss. Their natural habitat is rain forest, mangroves, and deciduous dry forest, where they will forage from ground level right up into the canopy.



Iain’s sculptures reflect his belief in the importance of the conservation of animals and of the natural environment. He continually strives to remind us of the importance of protecting our own links with the natural world and the endangered and exploited species which live within it.

Iain Nutting

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