andquot;The Great Roadrunnerandquot; Statue
Very nice addition to my balcony garden
Roadrunner is well made, has nice color & is a very good size for my small balcony garden. Also, he's NM's state bird so he belongs here!
May 28, 2015
The Great Roadrunner
This casting is certainly life-size and very close to 'life-like' for those who have had close encounters with this bird from the southwest. I would have liked to see a little more artistic detailing to the feathers, but otherwise a good representation. It is a nice , solid sculpture and makes a nice accent to the garden or home.
January 19, 2015
This statue fits in our yard perfectly.
We live in New Mexico and occasionally have the real bird come in our yard. We have seen a couple of adults with 4 young ones. So when I spotted the statue in your catalog, I knew I had to buy it. It made a wonderful surprise for my husband's birthday. The statue stands among our lavender at the edge of a water feature.
January 9, 2015
Brings Back Memories
In my prior life I traveled extensively and the roadrunner sort of became the symbol of this life. This life sized figure will go on my dresser in the bedroom.
August 29, 2014
Perfect for my " desert-scaped " yard. Realistic enough that visitors have at first thought it was an actual bird and are very much amused by it.
August 23, 2014
We are transplants from MI to NM. One of the first birds we saw was a real live roadrunner. We have even had them in our yard, dad mon and four chicks came strutting by. My husband fell in love with the birds. So when i saw this one in your catalog, I had to have him. When I ordered, I was informed this was an out-of-stock item. Did I wish to wait? Yes. The wait was well worth it. Roadrunner sits in the lavender, just looking around. We love it!!!
August 3, 2014
Beep Beep! Realistic Roadrunner
This roadrunner is frozen in time as it stands watch near my front door, unusual for a roadrunner, as those real birds I see around here tend to be on the move. It is life size and realistic looking. The cactus at the roadrunner's feet is okay, although I see real roadrunners escaping into tall grasses and bushes rather than into cactus patches.
Thanks for representing the southwest, and particularly New Mexico; now how about a horned lizard to keep the roadrunner company?
May 31, 2014
SHINY AND BRIGHT- HAPPY ADDITION TO MY GARDEN FRONT WALKWAY.
May 18, 2014