The Owl Pages

Owl sculptures by Jerry Simchuk

Jerry Simchuk

Jerry Simchuk

Original Wildfowl and Fish Sculptures are created using wood as the main medium for the primary subjects. Power tools are used to form and shape the sculpture and to then create the fine detail. The power tool is similar to what a dentist will use in their practice. The habitat is created using brass rod and foil, brazing rod, and wood depending on the needs for support and strength. Branches with leaves will require the use of brass or brazing rod for the branch itself, while brass foil is formed and shaped to create the leaves. The sculpture is then painted using Acrylic paints to create a realistic effect in color.

You can visit Jerry's Website or email him at Jerry@Simchuk.com.

Barn Owl sculpture
Barn Owl II 1/2 Life-size 12.5"H x 8"W x 7"D - Tupelo Wood and Acrylic Paint The bird measures 8" from tip to tip This is a decorative style sculpture with the highest level of detail to resemble the live bird.
Snowy Owl sculpture
Adult Male Snowy Owl 7"H x 7"W x 10"D. Tupelo Wood / Acrylic Paint.
Barn Owl sculpture
"Rodents Beware" 1/2 Life-sized Barn Owl - Bronze Edition of 12 - 12.5"H x 7"W x 7"D - Patina colouring.
Snowy Owl sculpture
"Snowy Silence" 1/3 life size Snowy Owl - Bronze Limited Edition of 100 - 9.5"H x 11"W x 8"D - Patina finish.
Northern Saw-whet Owl sculpture
Life size Northern Saw-whet Owl - Original Tupelo Wood / Acrylic paints - 14"H x 10"W x 10"D.

Page last updated 2011-11-14