Adorable Topiary Sculpture of a Sleeping Baby Bird by Claude Ponti Tauheed Ahmad May 17, 2015 Creative Minds 2675 Some peoples are blessed with natural abilities to do something different. Like, French artist Claude Pointi, who produced a beautiful sculpture in a large botanical garden. So if you happen to discover yourself in Nantes, France, be sure to head to Jardin des Plantes, a big botanical garden. Where you will find this delectable topiary sculpture titled “Poussin endormi” (Sleepy Chick) by French artist Claude Ponti. It features a larger-than-life baby bird whose relaxed pose looks like it’s in the middle of a nap. The amusing work showcases Ponti’s great abilities in crafting a topiary. Ponti’s creates evenly-textured, rounded forms that are punctuated with metal details like long, thin legs and a bright yellow beak. There’re even miniature eyelashes that dot the bird’s closed eyes! This lovely topiary is part of a larger exhibition of Ponti’s work that’s available for view through October 20 of this year. Related PostsBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesThe Incredible illuminated Cave Pools in FranceArtist Vainius Kubilius Drills Coconuts into Lamps That Shine Striking Patterns of LightsStriking Winged Insects Made of Discarded Circuit BoardsFascinating Book Wheel Sculptures Breathe Fresh Life into Unwanted LiteratureAustralian Artist Turns Old Keys and Coins Into Recycled ArtThe Overhanging Gardens of Marqueyssac at Vezac FranceIncredible Man-Made Tunnels Formed with Wires & Repurposed Wood Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.