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RCI Studios Aluminum Whale Figurines

RCI Studios is proud to announce our first collection of aluminum fine art pieces. Each of these extraordinary sculptures are crafted by hand on-site in our foundry. Using a process with excellent attention to detail and quality, each piece is an example of quality craftsmanship.

To complement the foundry, the facility houses a metal shop equipped with machining, cutting, bending, rolling and welding equipment for custom metal fabrication. This Whale Collection is a proud way for RCI Studios to unveil our unparalleled artwork to the retail market. The collection is comprised of Orca, Beluga, Right, Sperm, and Humpback whale sculptures cast in aluminum.

Beluga Whale

The beluga whale, also known as the white whale, is the only certacean to occur in the colour white, also called the sea canary due to its high-pitched calls. They inhabit Arctic and sub-Arctic waters and migrate seasonally, travelling as far as 6,000 km annually. Belugas are the most abundant toothed whales in the Arctic Ocean. Male belugas can grow up to 5.5 metres in length.

Right Whale

Also known as black whales, the right whale can reach a size of 18 - 20.7 metres in length and can weigh up to 135,000 kg. They are significantly heavier than whales of similar size. Right whales’ diets consist primarily of zooplankton crustaceans and krill, and are opportunistic feeders. Right whales inhabit the North Atlantic, the North Pacific, and all areas of the Southern Ocean.

Humpback Whale

With its distinctive body shape, the humpback whale can range from 12 - 16 metres in length. Their diet consists mostly of krill and small fish. They can be found in oceans around the world and typically feed in polar waters, and will travel to tropical or subtropical waters to breed and give birth. Humpback whales can travel up to 25,000 km each year.

Blue Whale

The blue whale is the largest animal on the planet, and can reach a maximum confirmed length of 98 ft and can weigh up to 199 tonnes. They generally are solitary, or are known to gather in small groups with no well-defined social structure other than mother-calf bonds. There are populations of sub-species of blue whales located around the world and they are considered filter feeders whose diet consists almost exclusively of krill.

Reach out to us today for our sales catalogue or to inquire adding this fine line of
natural history oriented fine art aluminum products to your boutique today!