Medicine of Mother Moon

25” H x 14.5” W x 12 D

Bronze, Edition of 20

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HE WHO JUMPS OVER EVERYONE

50" high

Edition of 9

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AMERICAN HORSE

33" H x 13.5"  W x 11" D
Edition of 20

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American Horse was a prominent Oglala Sioux chief who was married to Red Cloud’s daughter.  Part of my inspiration for...

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HONEYMOON AT CROW FAIR

The idea for Honeymoon at Crow Fair first came to me when I purchased an antique parasol.  Some of my favorite historic Native American imagery includes pictures of a warrior,...

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Graceful Spirit

29" H

Edition of 20
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Legacy

20" H
Edition of 20
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Unvanquished

25” H x 13” W x 7” D 

Edition of 20

Created for the 2017 Prix de West
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The Oracle

29" H

Edition of 20
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The Healer

24 ½” H x 15″ W x 12 ½” D

Bronze, Edition of 20

My sculpture ”The Healer” is artistically a medicine man in his simplest form. In his hand he holds...

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Powwow Promenade

19 ½” H x 11” W x 8” D

Bronze, Edition of 35

The Promenade is a dance where several couples pair up and form a long line. The little girl in...

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1832, Arikara Chief (Side View)

24” H x 18” W x 13” D

Edition of 20

Featured at the 2015 Prix de West

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Two Ravens

29” H x 20” W x 14” D

Edition of 20

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Two Ravens depicts a Crow Chief from the 1830’s who became well known through the portraits that Karl Bodmer and George...

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Pretty Shield

19 ½” H x 8” w x 7” D

Edition of 35

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Holding her namesake as a child, Pretty Shield, who became a prominent Medicine Woman of the Crow Nation, wrote in...

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First Light

18" H x 10" W x 8" D

Edition of 20

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Leader of Men

27" H x 20" W x 17" D

Edition of 2

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1804, The New Comers

37" H x 24" W x 15" D

Edition of 20

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Grandmother's Wisdom

20" H x 14.5" W x 13.5" D

Edition of 20

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Honeymoon At Crow Fair

27″ H x 8.5″ W x 19″ D

Edition of 20

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The idea for Honeymoon at Crow Fair first came to me when I purchased an antique parasol. Some of my favorite...

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Ridin' For The Lead

23" H x 13" W x 16" D

Edition of 20

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Walks In Beauty

24 1/2" H X 19"W X 12"D

Edition of 20

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Reservation Dolls

18 ½”H x 8″ W x 7″D

Bronze, Edition of 35
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Life was extremely difficult for the Native American tribes during the reservation period of the 1890’s.  Holding onto as many...

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Mystic Smoke and Sacred Arrows

39” H x 19” W x 16” D

Bronze, Edition of 35

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Mystic Smoke and Sacred Arrows was inspired by a Mandan ritual George Catlin witnessed in the 1830’s.  By draw, a...

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Mr. Delegate

20” H x 9” W x 9” D

Bronze, Edition of 35

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A tactic that the US Government used in hopes of placating the Indian Nations was to bring successive groups of...

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Mini Poka, The Favorite Son

24” H x 9” W x 6 ½” D

Bronze, Edition of 35

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The Blackfeet had a special class of children they called Mini Poka.  This literally translates to “child of plenty”.

My...

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Little Hopi Clowns

21 ½” H x 10 ½ “ W x 8” D

Bronze, Edition of 35

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A Little girl holds a wooden figure; both are wearing a shaft of corn husk ribbons which...

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Ghost Dancer

9″ H x 6″ W x 6″ D

Bronze, Edition of 50

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The Ghost Dance was part of a religious movement that formed during the beginning of the reservation period.  It was...

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Into The Unknown

16” H x 12” W x 8 ½” D

Bronze, Edition of 35

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There is perhaps no better symbol or metaphor for courage than that of teenage Sacagawea carrying her baby while...

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The Spirit Chaser

24” H X 15” W X 19” D

Bronze, Edition of 25

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As part of what might be a typical night time ceremony for the Plains Indians a Medicine Man would dance...

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War and Peace

48” H x 44” W x 20” D

Edition of 15

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The two men portrayed in “War and Peace” would be typical of the 1870’s Plains Indians.  The idea for this piece...

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Visions of Change

Edition of 12

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and

11’6” H x 8’9” W x 4’6” D

Edition of 5

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Nothing exemplifies the American West more than the cattle drives or buffalo hunts on the Great Plains.  In the...

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Little Medicine Girl

19” H x 11.5” W 6.5” D

Edition of 35

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An Honored Life

43” H x 16” W x 18” D

Edition of 15

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and

9’5” H x 4.5’ W x 4’ D

Edition of 12

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Where Spirit Meets Earth

26” H x 15” W x 19” D

Edition 50
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This piece evolved out of four studies that I did based on the young Navajo sheepherder in the Monument Valley area. ...

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Warrior’s Lament

20” H x 16” W x 16” D

Edition of 35
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A Sioux Warrior, with medicine he has earned, gains strength and understanding from visions received during a ritualistic prayer.  His...

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Mandan Warrior

19” H x 12” W x 7” D

Edition of 50
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During their exploration of the Upper Missouri in the early 1800’s, the Mandan were one of the principle tribes visited...

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Lives With Honor

27 ½” H x 25” W x 17” D

Edition of 35

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Lives with Honor, exemplifies the simple idea that to grow old with integrity, wisdom and status among one’s people was...

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The Greeter, Bust

Bust 25” H X 20” W x 11” D

Edition of 35

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Dancing for the Children

DANCING FOR THE CHILDREN

18 ½” H x 11” W x 7” D

Edition of 50

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I had the privilege a while back to be present at one of the most sacred of...

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Kokopelli

23” H x 11” W x 12” D

Edition of 50

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and

7’3” H x 36” W x 53” D

Edition of 9

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Maiden From The East Mesa

11 ½” H x 6 ½” W x 4 ½” D

Edition of 75

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The Game of Arrows

60 ½” H x 26” W x 16” D

Edition of 12

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The Game of Arrows won the gold medal and the Kieckhefer Award for Best of Show at the Cowboy Artists...

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Glories Past

19” H x 17” W x 14” D

Edition of 35

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An old warrior holding a coup stick from the days of his prime reflects on his youth and his many exploits...

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Bringing The Buds To Life

20” H x 8” W x 7” D

Edition of 35

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Many of the Pueblos share in the same types of ceremonies.  The summer Corn Dance begins in the privacy of the...

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1876, Gall - Sitting Bull - Crazy Horse

55″ H x 96″ W x 36″ D

Edition of 5

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My sculpture titled 1876 depicts who is considered to be some of the most important principals involved in the battle of...

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Great Blackness

15” H x 8” W x 6” D

Edition of 50

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I still don’t know much about Great Blackness other than his name was Upsichta, which means Great Blackness and he was...

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The Guardian

28” H x 22” W x 12” D

Edition of 35

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The Guardian is based on a warrior named Red Thunder.  He was the son of Black Moccasin, chief of the Hidasta...

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Iron Sharpens Iron

17” H x 12” W x 12” D

Edition of 35

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In the culture of the Plains Indians some 150 years ago, a boy would be introduced to the bow and arrow...

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Little Pueblo Girl

17” H x 10” W x 7 ½ “ D

Edition of 35

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The Pueblo people were known mostly through the images of the Taos painters for their beautiful white robes.  These...

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Mandan Buffalo Dance

26” H x 11” W x 19” D

Edition of 35

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The Buffalo Bull Dance of the Mandan was witnessed by both George Catlin and Karl Bodmer in the early 1830’s.  It...

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Calling the Fathers

41” H x 14” W x 14” D

Edition of 25

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and

8’6” H x 34” W x 46” D

Edition of 15

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The idea that there is something bigger than ourselves, and using symbols...

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Butterfly

24” H x 44” W x 9” D

Edition of 25

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Girls coming of age in Native American culture are often deified during a ceremony celebrating their transformation into womanhood. My sculpture,...

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