Father Starvation by Prescott, Arizona artist Bryan Tubbs. Collectors who’ve purchased this piece describe it as whimsical, others find it creepy, yet desirable and a treasure in their personal collection. Father Starvation, features a rooster strutting his stuff. He’s the cock of the walk, the damn shazam, chicken coop royalty. His body and feet are bronze, his legs are wrapped in wire and a colorful patina is applied. This sculpture is available in a small edition of twenty-five pieces but no two are exactly alike due to Bryan’s unique finishing process.
What makes Bryan Tubbs a Silver Queen Artist: When I was first introduced to Bryan’s work, he exclusively worked in clay. Our first body or work (thirty pieces) SOLD OUT during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival; his works resinated with the L.A. / New York film crowd. The following winter Bryan returned with a new collection that was OUT OF THIS WORLD, very pleasing. After seeing the new collection, Bryan ask me to pick one the new pieces up. Eureka!!! I found it!!! Actually Bryan found it, the perfect medium to offer his client, broadening his collector base. The new works were cast in bronze. I was amazed in his ability to create a series of bronze sculptures that stayed true to his original clay works. They were organic, colorful and solid, made to last for eternity. Bryan’s a Silver Queen Artist because he’s constantly thinking outside the box, pushing himself to grow. His work also appeals to the emerging collector, seasoned art patrons, young and old, he’s got it covered.
You can purchase this sculpture or any of Bryan’s pieces with our one-hundred percent, thirty day, money back promise. Please call the gallery if you have any question or if you’d like to add this wonderful piece to your collection.