Rompin' Lambkin

Rompin' Lambkin Table-size bronze sheep sculpture by Dawn Weimer

Rompin' Lambkin


Limited Edition Bronze of 20

13 1/2"Hx15.5"Lx6"W at base

Marble and walnut base

Monumental Rompin' Lambkin Lamb Sculpture also available

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The Fort Collins High School Class of 1940 commissioned me to do a Lambkin for them in bronze. During the early 1900's sheep was the main livestock in northern Colorado. Therefore, the Lambkin became the mascot for Fort Collins High School. Lambs are always playing and romping about and when they grow up to be full grown rams they can do you alot of damage should they decide to use that head of theirs as a battering ram. As a child my husband raised sheep and was around alot of lambs. When the male lambs grew up to be rams they could be real nasty with their heads.

Dawn Weimer "Touching the Spirit"

Contact Tom to inquire about or purchase any of her fine bronze sculpture creations. "Touching the Spirit" goes a long way in describing her fine work. Always in bronze, never inexpensive substitutes. We accept Checks, cash and wire transfer (call for instructions).

Dawn Weimer Studios offers only lost wax bronze sculpture cast with the utmost care and integrity at Art Castings of Colorado in Loveland, Colorado, ("Sculptureville,USA!"). As each different sculpture edition of Dawn's sells out, a letter is sent to every collector of that bronze piece stating that this particular edition/size is sold out... Enclosed with the letter is a small piece cut from my original mold which further verifies that this particular edition/size will not be produced again. Should you ever come across a sculpture you feel is suspicious of being a imitation of one of my pieces, please contact me so I can look into the matter of possible violation of copyright.

Virtually any bronze can (because of the NEW 3-D technology) NOW be made a larger Table-size or even larger lifesize and/or monumental... Look for announcements of NEW enlargements of several of Dawn's bronze sculptures soon! Inquiries for all these various sizes are welcome.