They were created to intimidate but for many people, gargoyles simply fascinate. Those Medieval-themed sculptures are far more than simple scary statues. Although some look angry or annoyed, most gargoyles appear to be curious, inquisitive, or lost in thought. Given their muscled appearance, large fangs, and massive claws, it's not as if gargoyles need to look mean. In essence, they pretty much look bad to the bone and perhaps that's what makes them so appealing.
Gargoyle "beauty" is found in the details and Silas the Sentry Gargoyle displays this with realistic, bat-like wings, defined muscles, a toothy maw, and strong claws. If he could talk, I don't think I would wait around to see what he had to say!
Another wonderfully detailed gargoyle that shows off menacing beauty is Talysus the Terrible. Although he looks a bit more like a monkey than a bulldog, flying monkeys with teeth, claws, and bat-like wings were never known for their friendly demeanor. Seated on a ball-topped plinth, this gargoyle statue is a beautiful addition to any garden.
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