"Alamogordo Golden Bald Eagles Nest" Original Abstract Sculpture by Rene Sepulveda in Fallen Wood and Recycled Metal (Valley of the Fires Collection)
"Alamogordo Golden Bald Eagles Nest" Original Abstract Sculpture by Rene Sepulveda in Fallen Wood and Recycled Metal (Valley of the Fires Collection)
"Alamogordo Golden Bald Eagles Nest" Original Abstract Sculpture by Rene Sepulveda in Fallen Wood and Recycled Metal (Valley of the Fires Collection)
"Alamogordo Golden Bald Eagles Nest" Original Abstract Sculpture by Rene Sepulveda in Fallen Wood and Recycled Metal (Valley of the Fires Collection)

"Alamogordo Golden Bald Eagles Nest" Original Abstract Sculpture by Rene Sepulveda in Fallen Wood and Recycled Metal (Valley of the Fires Collection)

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"Alamogordo Golden Bald Eagles Nest" Original Sculpture by Rene Sepulveda.

afted from Lincoln National Forest Recycled Fallen Woods, Recycled Metals. This unique impressionist design is a nod to the artists Native American heritage and an appreciation for the natural environment and nature. This unique perspective piece is a one of a kind piece and is very fragile yet very heavy. This is an indoor display piece or a piece for outdoors in a protected environment.

The bald eagle, with its snowy-feathered (not bald) head and white tail, is the proud national bird symbol of the United States. Bald eagles mate for life. A pair constructs an enormous  nest—one of the bird-world's biggest—high above the ground and tends to a pair of eggs each year.

Wood & Metal Sculptured Art by New Mexico Artist Rene Sepulveda'

Approximately 5,000 years ago, Little Black Peak located in Southern New Mexico erupted and flowed 44 miles into the Tularosa Basin, filling the basin with molten rock. The resulting lava flow is four to six miles wide, 160 feet thick and covers 125 square miles. From that Lava flow a forest evolved.

From a distance, the region appears as barren rock but when you visit the nature trails there are many varieties of flowers, cactus, trees, and bushes typical of the Chihuahuan desert. Animals include a variety of desert ants, bugs, bats, roadrunners, quail, cottontails, mule deer, barberry sheep, lizards, great horned owls, burrowing owls, turkey vultures, hawks, gnat catchers, cactus wrens, sparrows, and golden eagles and more.

This collection of works crafted by Artist Rene Sepulveda is a tribute to the wildlife, flowers, cactus, and beauty of the region, crafted from recycled lava, woods and metals found from the Tularosa Basin and Sacramento Basin. The molten lava rock is repurposed rock pulled from abandoned homes and abandoned locations; repurposed into a “second life” as an “artistic item” to bring joy and value to the owner of each unique piece.

Artist Rene Sepulveda was introduced to the beauty of natural lava mixed with metal and wooden elements, during his childhood visits to the home of Mr. and Ms. Pack, of Alamogordo, whose exclusive estate was custom built and designed to showcase these unique local elements. Years later Rene Sepulveda has designed this collection in memory of their inspiration.

Each is distinctly different as no two pieces of lava rock or wood art sculptures are the same. Each is cleaned, treated, sealed, and enhanced to preserve it and the artistic creation for generations of enjoyment. Each comes with a letter of authenticity signed by the artist and each piece of art is marked with an identifier of its origin from the artist, Rene Sepulveda.

2nd Life Media and Boutique under the direction of Author, Artistic Director & Executive, Coach Chris Edwards is honored to be implementing the artistic vision of the Artist Rene Sepulveda and his Valley of the Fires Collection and that of our collective artists.

View the collection in person at Roadrunner Emporium, 928 New York Avenue, Alamogordo, New Mexico. This unique collection of Rene Sepulveda crafted designs may be seen in person