14″ diameter with granite base. This piece can hang on the wall or be rest on a shelf.
In 1984, Robert Davidson was commissioned by Donald Kendall, then CEO of PepsiCo, to complete three totem poles for the Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden in Purchase, New York. Kendall was born in Clallam County, Washington State, and had an affinity for his West Coast roots which is represented by Davidson’s poles in his sculpture garden.
According to Davidson, he wore a carved boxwood Frog pendant to an initial meeting with the PepsiCo Team, and Kendall was so taken by its ingenious design that he
requested for Robert to create the Frog in a larger scale, to be cast in bronze and placed in the sculpture garden along with the three totem poles. The piece was created in a 12” diameter format, pictured, and the larger 36” diameter version, pictured below.