- Sherman creates whimsical critters and this was designed around Leonardo da Vinci, famous renaissance drawing "Vitruvian Man"
- Canon of Proportions has his strength, beauty, utility and attitude with his brass spigot
- The recycled sculpture has many different pieces of metal that have been welded, formed and molded to create this artwork
- Sculpture is 21.5" in height and the length is 19.5" about 8" wide
Sherman has a way of bringing new life to found art and giving his pieces a personality of their own. His sculptures are recognized not only for the creativity but the fun whimsical touch. Sherm's sculpture will bring happiness into your home.
Handling and Care: Each piece is sprayed with a lacquer to keep any metal from rusting. If the sculpture is displayed outside in the weather, you will need to spray the sculpture with a metal lacquer sealer every year.
Vitruvius was a Roman architect and engineer during the 1st century BC, known for his multi-volume work entitled De architectura. He originated the idea that all buildings should have three attributes: firmitas, utilitas, and venustas ("strength", "utility", and "beauty"). These principles were later widely adopted in Roman architecture. His discussion of perfect proportion in architecture and the human body led to the famous Renaissance drawing of the Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci.