3 new sculptures, the sculptor has been busy
Al has been busy creating some great new sculptures this summer. He has found inspiration viewing the Wyoming wildlife, and just has the bug to create.
These little owls are on their way to the 2015 Mountain Oyster club show in Tucson. Although we have never actually been to this show, we like it. They always have high quality art, and the people are fabulous to work with.
Meet Screech and Scratch.
These cute little guys are only 8″ tall, so they are extremely affordable. They can be purchased as a pair, or individually. But why would you want to break up such a cute pair?
Al completed these in time for the Fall Arts Festival in Jackson Hole. He was able to sell a number of these as pre-casts, so both of these are currently at the foundry. I have added them to the sculpture page, and will be updating the photos when we get the bronzes back.
This is Gratitude and wisdom.
The bison rules the plains. Their power is unsurpassed. The Native Americans were grateful for everything they provided for them, from food to shelter, to ceremony. The bison are also grateful for the birds that ride along and rid them of the bugs in their thick coat. Raven is wise, and according to Native American has a lot of wisdom to impart, if we just listen.
This sculpture was inspired by this photo, and all the hours we spent viewing the bison this summer.
This piece is titled Strength and harmony.
The ravens work in harmony to steal the food the bear is uncovering. The bear has the strength to search for food under rocks, logs and just about anywhere else he wants.
Both of these pieces are about 12″ in length, and 5-8″ high. Of course, we didn’t think to measure them before they went to the foundry.
If you would like information on purchasing any of these new pieces, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org