Isoteleus maximus, trilobite (top view) by james herrmann

Isoteleus maximus, trilobite  (top view) Artwork by james herrmann
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Title: Isoteleus maximus, trilobite (top view)
Date Created: 2002
Copyright: © J. M. Herrmann
Genre: Fantasy
Mediums: Bronze, Sculpture
Views: 248
Posted: 11/21/2016

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james herrmann
Member Since November 2015


Projects: I am currently working on a large orientally inspired dragon sculpture, a series of small figurative warrior sculptures inspired by way too much time playing Dungeons and Dragons the first of which was the sculpture "Calor", and a soaring griffon sculpture. I have just completed a commission for the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History's new permanent dinosaur exhibit which opened to the general public in November 2018 featuring six bronze dinosaur sculptures corresponding to some of the dinosaur skeletons on exhibit along with eight bronze reproductions of footprints, jaws, claws, teeth and bones.

Location: hamilton ohio


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Isoteleus maximus is a sculpture of the largest trilobite that lived in our paleozoic oceans. It is an imagined moment in time as Isoteleus is briefly lifted by the force of a passing wave.

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