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Cut Bank Muley

CutBankMuleyWebEdition 35                      16″H X 11.5″W X 5″D                    $2,400

“The cutbanks of the eastern slope of the Rockies produce trophy muleys where the conditions for health and growth seem to be ideal.  My husband and I never miss an opportunity to visit these big guys during our annual fall trip to the ‘east side’.”

 

Cut Bank Piskun

CutBankPiskunWebEdition 35                       18″H X 30″W X 12″D                     $6,800

 

Dorinda

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.”

 

Drew Near But Now Gone

Edition 35                      22″H X 21″W X 13″D                      $8,200

“Through distraction or perhaps curiosity of even a slight irregularity in its landscape, an animal will draw near.  But, in a breath, they will sense a misshape or smell and are soon gone beyond the disappearing light of evening.”

 

Eagles at Lake Iliamna

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                  Edition Size 35                    17″H X 20″W X 16″D                    $6200

“Our family has a cabin in Alaska located in the heart of the Lake Iliamna Salmon Fishery.  Grizzlies and eagles abound taking advantage of the schools of salmon returning to the rivers for the seasonal spawning runs.  Reaching these isolated sights by float plane, we circled overhead referencing the grizzlies before landing to observe eagles and do a little fishing.  Once down, and with the watchful eye for bears, we enjoyed being entertained by these powerful birds of prey squabbling over their fish dinner.”

 

Environment at Winnett

EnvironmentAtWinnettWebEdition 35                      14″H X 48″W X 10″D                       $12,000

“The area of Winnett in central Montana is an outdoor sculpture in itself.  Bold geometric rock formations, colored by light, are to be found no where but on the plains of Montana.  Antelope and many other animals call the “Environment at Winnett” home.”

 

Ere to Autumn

EreToAutumnWebEdition 35                      17″H X 29″W X 7″D                       $4,600

 

Foxes on the Bayou (Heroic Size and Maquette)

Edition 15                      59″H X 88″W X 50.0″D          Call for Price
Edition 35                      19″H X 26″W X 10.5″D                      $3,800

“One evening out of my studio window, a pair of foxes picked their way down a fallen cottonwood to my pond.  As I watched them, they looked up toward me framing a perfect composition.”

Awards:

  • Society of Animal Artists, Elliot Liskin Memorial Award for Representational Sculpture
  • Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, New York, Corporate Award

Permanent Collections:

  • National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming, Heroic-Size sculpture
  • Leanin’ Tree Museum of Western Art, Boulder, Colorado, Heroic-Size sculpture
  • Private Collection

 

 

Glacier Goats

GlacierGoatsWebEdition 50                      10″H X 10″W X 6″D                       $2,000

 

Goat

GoatWebEdition Size 35                         16″H X 14″W X 6″D                         $2800

AWARD:

Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, Paul Manship Memorial Award, New York City, New York.

 

Goats Above the Middle Fork

GoatsAboveTheMiddleForkWebEdition 35                      26″H X 25″W X 10″D                      $6,500

“The middle fork of the Flathead skirts the mountains on the southern border of Glacier National Park.  High above the river goats traverse the mountain face looking for lichen and salt eventually picking their way down the sheet cuts to the water below.  In the formal sense, this piece is an abstract study in relating shapes and forms, which is the primary purpose of the sculpture.  The goats are incidental.”

Awards:

  • Allied Artists of America, New York, Helen Gapen Oehler Memorial Award
  • Knickerbocker Artists’ 41st Annual Exhibition, New York, Silver Medal of Honor
  • National Sculpture Society, New York, The Pietro and Alfrieda Montana  Memorial Prize

 

 

 

Goats at Rest

GoatsAtRestWebEdition 35                           15″H X 20″W                           $5,800

Awards:

  • North American Sculpture Exhibition, New York, Renaissance Bronze Award
  • Allied Artists of America, Helen Gapen Oehler Memorial Award

 

Golden on a Ledge

GoldenOnALedgeWebEdition 35                       17″H X 9″W X 6″D                      $2,200

 

Great Northern

GreatNorthernWebEdition 25                           27″H X 35″W                         $10,000

Permanent Collections:

  • National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming

 

Grizzly (Monumental)

Edition 8                 7.5’H X 9.5’W X 5.5’D                 Call for Price

Permanent Collections:

  • Big Sky of Montana, Huntley Lodge, Big Sky Resort, Big Sky, Montana, north of Yellowstone National Park
  • Art in Public Places, Bend, Oregon, installed in City roundabout
  • Private Collection

 

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”.”

 

The Heavies

Edition 35                      15″H X 23″W X 9″D                      $7,600

“These young grizzlies take a respite from the work of being a bear to enjoy a friendly wrestling match.”

Awards:

  • Society of Animal Artists, Award of Excellence
  • Allied Artists of America, New York, Ranieri Sculpture Casting Award

 

 

 

High in the Rockies

Edition 35                      24″H X 14″W X 12″D                      $4,200

 

Horses of the Mountain

Edition 35                      18″H X 38″W X 16″D                      $15,000

“The type of clay I used in this sculpture has a certain drag to it.  I like it because it’s best suited for pushing and shoving ending with a certain texture of surface quality needed to extenuate the chaos of this piece of work.  But, under the appearance of confusion in this scene of seasonal behavior, belies a strict social structure of dominance, aggression, protection and flight.  Familial symmetry is imperative to the safety and growth of this band of mountain horses.”

Awards:

  • Desert Cabellaros Western Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona, First place 3-Dimensional Art Award.
  • Society of Animal Artists, Award of Excellence.

Indian Maiden

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

 

Lab

LabWebEdition 35                         12″H X 9″W                         $1,500

 

Late Fall

Edition 35                      22.5″H X 25″W X 10″D                      $4,000

 

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.”

 

Lily Pond Study

LilyPondStudyWebEdition 35                      12″H X 12″W X 8″D                      $2,000

“Animals wander freely and unafraid on our property.  Through the woods runs an ancient, but still used, game trail.  Nearby is a lily pond sheltered by fallen cottonwood.  Perhaps a moose was there.”

 

The Lily Pond

LilyPondWebEdition 35                      34″H X 30″W X 18″D                      $7,800

“I see in the woods and am unobstructed by human interference.  Animals wander freely and unafraid sharing their space with us as we are all guests of this place.  I look around me, the environment is inspiring; mood, shape, color.  I cannot dismiss this consideration as I work.  Nearby, on an ancient game trail, is a lily pond sheltered by fallen cottonwood, perhaps a moose was there.”