group of elephants came down to a pan (water hole) in Hwange Park
in Zimbabwe. I was fascinated by the interaction of the herd with
the baby. He was not only in the center physically, but the center
of their attention. Constant gentle touch kept him reassured. I
chose to portray this small group with the matriarch well aware
of who was watching (us in the bushes!) and just at the point before
ears would swing forward warning the intruder, 'That's close enough'!"
The sculpture "That's Close Enough" is mounted on a wood
and stone base. A turntable is mounted into the base allowing the
sculpture to be viewed from all directions.