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Brandon Borgelt - Cape Buffalo Bust | Animals & Wildlife Art Original Art
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Brandon Borgelt - "Cape Buffalo Bust"

"Cape Buffalo Bust"

Cape Buffalo Bust
Bronze, US$ 2,956

Cape Buffalo Bust

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W: 350mm x H: 350mm x D: 200mm
W: 14" x H: 14" x D: 8"

Approx. Weight: 10kg

This work is unframed


US$ 2,956


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About "Cape Buffalo Bust"

I have tried to capture the moment when a grazing buffalo becomes aware of possible danger. He raises his head and stops chewing as a few blades of grass hang from his lips. His nose is high as he seems to 'take aim' at this new intruder disturbing his peace.

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About Brandon

Brandon Borgelt

Brandon grew up in Johannesburg and always had a very keen interest in animals, keeping all kinds of weird and wonderful pets. At the age of fifteen he moved to Durban where he immediately started working part-time at the Dolphinarium and Snake Park on weekends and holidays. School was little more than an irritation that happened somewhere in a gloomy background and delayed him from getting on with what he wanted to do. After school he spent two years in the army and then worked full time at the Snake Park for six months. Restless and full of wander-lust he resigned and took off for the bush where he was involved in various aspects including a curio venture, game ranging at several private reserves, filming documentaries on lions and hyenas in Botswana and Namibia for National Geographic and the BBC and eventually winding up managing the crocodile farm at Sun City for twelve years.

Feeling stifled and restless again and needing some new excitement he joined a friend in a real estate development in the Kruger National Park. That didn't get off the ground and he found himself back in Johannesburg where he started a small construction company which he's have been running for the lasty five years. Of late he's been focusing more and more on his creative side and ultimately intends to sculpt full-time.

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US$ 473-29,563



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