This webbed foot bird in brass, is the artist's idea of his appreciation of nature. The duck belongs to that variety of water birds that enhance the beauty of water bodies by their sheer presence. The flat bill rises to the gentle rotundity of the head which again falls to the graceful neck which may not be swan-like, but beautiful nevertheless. The rest of the body is voluminous; flat at the bottom. Simple incisions go to make the feathered wings. One can see small, oval eyes, on either side of the head.
The patina of this brass piece is such that it gives it an antique finish. But it stands out on account of its command of form and simplicity of composition.
This description by Renu Rana.