A large sculpture of a ibex in sheet brass and copper by the Mexican artist, Sergio Bustamante, 1970s. This ibex sculpture, comprised of mixed brass and copper, would work great in a within a variety of home interior styles, whether sitting perfectly within a Postmodern, Mid-Century Modern, Scandinavian Modern or Danish modern home or being the statement piece within in a Contemporary or Minimalism room. Why not consider mixing it up in a Traditional, Transitional, Classical or Art Deco room by adding a splash of juxtaposition with this statement piece.
Sergio Bustamante is a Mexican Artist and sculptor. Bustamante was born in Culiacan, Sinaloa in 1949 and studied architecture at the University of Guadalajara. Bustamante's first art exhibition showcased paintings and papier-mâché figures at the Galeria Misracha in Mexico City in 1966. In 1975, Bustamante was part of a group of artists that established the "Family Workshop Studio" in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, Mexico. In the mid-1970s, his practice expanded to include wood and bronze sculpture.