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Fiordland Moose

The Fiordland Moose is steeped in mystery. Some still believe they continue to roam Fiordland undetected. In the early 1900's, the New Zealand government brokered a deal and attempted to import a number of Canadian Moose to create a game hunting area in Fiordland. They flourished for a short period of time, but in the early 1950s they appeared to just vanish. In 2011, Hallenstein Brothers clothing store wanted to solve the mystery and put a $100,000 bounty for any photographic evidence of these creatures in the wild in New Zealand - which was never claimed.

The Fiordland Moose, created by Artist in Residence Nicolas Lupacchino, captures the beauty of this majestic creature with an artistic flourish. By combining steelworking techniques with artistic flair, Nicolas has successfully a visually stunning representation of the Fiordland Moose and the intrigue that surrounds it.


On Enquiry - Pricing based on size, materials, freight & installation.

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