C Whitehorn  -  Sculptor
Pasht
as a Tigress

Pasht as a Tigeress
Tigeress - back view

Pasht
1990, 1999 by C Whitehorn
5"h x 11"w x 6"d
bronze
on oak base with built-in turntable
limited edition of 25 with some still available


Pasht is our beautiful, sensual lazy, and secretly dangerous big cat nature.
She smiles behind her mask and casually luxuriates draped in soft fur
with her claws sheathed - for now.
The Tiger (leo tigeris) lives in Asia and is the largest and most intriguing of the big cats. They live in tropical jungles in India and in bleak cold in Siberia.
Tigers have become an endangered species.


Pasht may be also ordered as a Cougar, Jaguar, Leopard, black Panther, Snow Leopard, or as your own favorite kitty. She cannot be a lioness, a cheetah, or a Manx.



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all images 2000 by C Whitehorn