“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.”
- Desert Cabellaros Western Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona, First place 3-Dimensional Art Award.
- Society of Animal Artists, Award of Excellence.
- Desert Cabellaros Western Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona, First Place 3-dimensional Art Award
- Western & Wild Horse Art Show & Sale, Sheridan Wyoming, Best Sculpture
- Allied Artists of America, New York, Leonard J. Meiselman Award