A. LaMoyne Garside

A. LaMoyne Garside
A. LaMoyne Garside fell in love with the Pacific Islands during his missionary work, most specifically the islands of Yap and Papua New Guinea. He celebrates the people of these islands, as well as the other islands of the Pacific, in his masterful bronze sculptures. 

Based in Kailua, Hawaii, 1932-2012.
  1. Bounty Hunter A LaMoyne Garside
    Bounty Hunter
    Bronze on wooden base, 20x17, $4,000
  2. Eve A LaMoyne Garside
    Eve
    Bronze on wooden base, 23x10, $3,065
  3. Gecko A LaMoyne Garside
    Gecko
    Bronze on wooden base, 6x8, $687.50
  4. Girl with Baby Dolphin A LaMoyne Garside
    Girl with Baby Dolphin
    Bronze on wooden base, 23x21, $3,990
  5. Girl with Manta Ray A LaMoyne Garside
    Girl with Manta Ray
    Bronze on wooden base, 12x25, $3,740
  6. Hawaiian Chief A LaMoyne Garside
    Hawaiian Chief
    Bronze on wooden base, 20x7, $3,040
  7. New Guinea Woman 2 A LaMoyne Garside
    New Guinea Woman 2
    Bronze on wooden base, 22x8, $3,240
  8. Scout A LaMoyne Garside
    Scout
    Bronze on wooden base, 20x16, $4,000
  9. Turtle Girl A LaMoyne Garside
    Turtle Girl
    Bronze on wooden base, 15x16, $2,910
  10. Wife of Chief A LaMoyne Garside
    Wife of Chief (Yapese Woman)
    Bronze on wooden base, 20x8, $3,225
  11. Woman with Jug A LaMoyne Garside
    Woman with Jug
    Bronze on wooden base, 15x13, $2,750