Don Alemany


American Kestrels

Wood, Brass and Acrylic

28 x 24 x 12 inches

Available for Acquisition

A male American Kestrel would perch himself upon a Red Spruce and watch my movements. I later learned that they were nesting nearby. My inspiration was born while placing the star on the Christmas tree later that year. I rarely saw the female, but I envisioned the sculpture as a two-part piece that could be moved around to obtain different perspectives. The male standing guard and the female looking up. We need to be a “Vedette” and watch, protect nature and the environment.

Definition of Vedette
1. a mounted sentry position beyond an army’s outpost to observe the movements of the enemy
2. a leading star of stage, screen or television

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