Foulenzem is the name of a Gabonese village, crossed in my very very short career as a logging truck driver ... which only lasted one month.
L 50 cm, W 21 cm, H 31 cm
Or when the child asks the grown-up to slow down!
L 52 xl 24 xh 31
CAFMEYER GALERY EXCLUSIVE
A difficult crossing, the Fesh Fesh is an area of very soft sand ...
Length 98 / Width 28 / Height 30
THE KING OF THE WORLD
Symbolic of peace, because in this realization the mouse and the elephant are in full agreement.
L 60 xl 39 xh 51
After the PIÉTINÉ SANGUNA, they decided to make peace, AMANI meaning Peace in SWAHILI (South African language).
Length 120 / Width 50 / Height 51
THE TEMPLE GUARDIAN
One that has all the physical qualities that will allow the elephant race to return to what they were a century ago.
Length 130 (1 meter 30) Width 80 (0.80 meter) Height 100 (1 meter)
This is the number of elephants that were counted in Africa in spring 2013 when the collection was created.
This number was mentioned at a CITES convention in Bangkok.
A figure which does not stop decreasing. Pachyderms are the prey of a terrible enterprise of destruction.
531.951, This is the title of my new collection which overturns the codes usually respected for bronze works of art.
Each animal & human has a unique number between 1 & 531.951.
Each being essential, there is no difference between a smaller or larger piece.
By "adopting" one of these sculptures, you become, by effect of induction, the spokesperson of a cause that is worth to be shared.
Without being pocket elephants, the reduced size of these new subjects makes it easier to install them by our side,
in an intimacy that becomes easier to share.
GROS BANGALA is the central character of a future and new saga, MEN OF POWER.
The terracotta master of the sculpture is the property of the one who is the exclusive source of inspiration for the piece, my friend Pascal MAGIS.
L32 xl 22 xh 22
Save the elephants!
The tragedy of the disappearance of elephants is still present in Vandenberghe's efforts.
Along with the spirit of the artist's work, part of the income from the sculptures goes to the defense of these magnificent animals in collaboration with Izindlovu Fund to support HERD - Hoedspruit Elephant Rehabilitation and Development in South Africa.
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15 x 25 cm