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Bull Rider


Edition 35                       19″H X 9″W X 9″D                       $3,500


Crossing the Divide

Edition 25                      30″H X 88″W X 12″D                      $18,000
Wood display base included; Wood with granite base is additional cost

“The dogs in the sculpture are cross-bred, actually Alaskan Heinz 57 so-to-speak.  In that area, dogs are often bred for strength and endurance; dogs with heart and dogs capable of withstanding the severe weather.”

National Academy of Western Art (NAWA), Silver Medal Award



DorindaWebEdition 35                      11″H X 12″W X 6″D                       $2,800

“Dorinda results from my reverence for the human form and from endless hours of life drawing over the years.  This sculpture expresses the broader scope of my work and emphasizes combining figures, forms, gestures and textures.”


Hat of Plumes

HatOfPlumes1997WebEdition 35                      14″H X 6″W X 6″D                      $1,500

“The natural graces of the society belle of the west were often accentuated by the cut of her frock and the affectation she created by the demure look cast under her “Hat of Plumes”.”


Indian Maiden

IndianMaidenWebEdition 35                         13.5″H X 8″W                         $1,700


Let’s Go Buddy, 1920

Let'sGoBuddy,1920WebEdition 35                      19″H X 22″W X 9″D                      $3,500

“Women of the West in the early 1900’s were independent out of necessity and were respected for their ability to ride, rope and do whatever was required to survive in an inhospitable land.  As loneliness was also part of the vast new country, this pioneer woman invites her dog, Buddy, along for company sharing in the day’s chores.”


On the River

Edition 35                      12.5″H X 36″W X 9.5″D                      $6,800

Somewhere, beneath the white noise of the water,
It moves sedately, secretively
Shouldering the reckless action of the river.

If for contrast, as in all great design,
A quiet pool must lie ahead.
Shards of light seem
To obstruct the way there.

Stones bruised by stones, molded by heat
Offer a respite for the way upstream.
Upheavals of gold, ochre, burnt umber
Cater to the sleek body streaked with red.

But, shadows are cast upon its path.
An ancient people of mountain and river,
Now, as before,
Fishing under the long sun of summer.
Sherry Salari Sander

Pile up on the Freight Line

Edition 35                      15″H X 35″W X 8″D                      $9,800

“Adapting a way of life to the environment has always fascinated me.  Especially so with the Eskimos who have long used dog sleds for traveling, transporting freight as well as moving entire villages when hunting near home becomes scarce.  The fan-hitch type of harness depicted in this sculpture is constructed of seal skin rope referred to as Atsuna.  These ropes of varying lengths, or traces as they are commonly called, easily become crossed and tangled causing frequent stops along the way to straighten them out.  As troublesome as this may be at times, it is still a very reliable and efficient method of travel.”


  • Buffalo Bill Historical Center Art Show, Artist’s Choice Award



Spirit Strike

SpiritStrikeWebEdition 35                      23″H X 35″W X 18″D                      $4,200

“My husband, Loren, and I had taken our horses into the Bob Marshall Wilderness south of Browning, Montana, scouting for elk.  We came upon a tree that had been literally exploded by a lightning strike.  I had a feeling that, in times long ago, many a Blackfoot woman searched for firewood after a similar violent storm.  Perhaps a gift from the ‘Spirits’?”


Straight-Up Bonnet

strEdition 50                      12″H X 4.5″W X 5.5″D                      $2,000

“This eagle feather headdress is unique to the Blackfeet Tribe which resides near my home in northwest Montana.  It was a wonderful resource for sculpting this feather study in which the portrait itself becomes incidental.  The Straight-Up Bonnet was a religious and war item worn only by very important tribal members and great warriors.  It could be transferred only through ceremonial ritual and the exchange of many horses and other valuables.  It is now worn only at special religious functions.”


Woman at Kariba

WomanAtKaribaWebEdition 35                      23″H X 10″W X 10″D                      $2,800