Size: 3 1/2’ to 4’ long, approximately 14” high and stands approximately 12” off the wall it’s displayed on.
School of mahi-mahi
Material: Maple, poplar, bronze, abalone
Method: Hammered, forged, welded, carved
Mahi-mahi are among the most beautiful fish in the ocean and often form large schools. As they mature, the males are differentiated from the females and juveniles by their large, flat foreheads. These pelagic fish can change color instantly, from cobalt blues to yellow gold. This mahi-mahi school is made of quilted maple with small abalone pieces inlaid to mimic their freckle spots. The fins are bronze with a blue-green patina. The eyes are bronze with a recessed abalone pupil inlaid. The base is poplar.
Each fish is placed on wood, which is used to mount to the wall. Depending on the amount you buy, mounting will vary making each piece unique.