Bison study featuring ancient cave petroglyphs
Large – 13” H X 7 ” W X 6 ” D
Small – 9 ” H X 5 1/2 ” W X 5 ” D
CIRCLE OF LIFE
A newly born elk, wet, trembling and vulnerable, stands in the circle of the massive antlers of his descendants.
12″ H x 15″ W x 12″ D
CROSSING THE TUNDRA
A kodiak bear crossing the tundra in search of his next meal.
16″ H x 36″ W x 13″ D
The most magnificent horns of all the wild sheep belong to the Argali from central and northern Asia.
31″ H x 18″ W x 11″ D
A moment in time when the spirits of the past touch the living spirits of the present.
10″ H x 15″ W x 7″ D
LIFE IS GOOD
A moment of tranquility for one of nature’s most elusive predators, the mountain lion.
8″ H x 19″ W x 14″ D
MEETING OF THE MINDS
As the kingfisher and snake lock eyes, the question is which one owns the moment?
8″ H x 8″ W x 4″ D
RAVEN’S TALE – ONCE THERE WERE MANY
To the Native American the raven was considered the wisest of all birds. They were the storytellers who witnessed the conquest of the Western frontier.
9” H X 12” W X 14” D
A lone bison bull enjoying a moment of tranquility.
7 ” H x 13″ W x 11″ D
Miniature: 2.5 H x 4.5 W x 3.5 D
“Dances With Wolves” – need I say more?
15″ H x 19″ W x 15″ D
‘Tatanka’ was featured on the cover of Bison World magazine