2 good men, 2 good horses.
The hoolihan is a hard loop to throw; ask any cowboy. Many practice it but few can really catch a critter with the backwards loop. You have to read the full description below.
These steer heads are modified from the Turning ‘Em North sculpture.
A Native American woman of the plains.
I watched these antelope in the fog. I wanted to show, in my sculpture, the curiosity and indecision of these prairie animals. They had wind of something but couldn’t see what it was.
This is a simple piece that speaks without words. It is something all horse people relate to.
The bull ride is definitely the most exciting event in a rodeo.
This sculpture was created for the 1998 Rodeo Series of the Calgary Stampede.
Found in ranahands at the Calgary Stampede and C.M. Russell Museum, Great Falls.
I have ridden horses all of my life and I have owned buffalo. As an Indian, I feel qualified to make this sculpture of a buffalo run. The White Buffalo has many sacred aspects for the Indian people and it is the focus of this sculpture.
Big Medicine is one element in the larger sculpture: The Price of a Medicine Robe.
The Mexican cowboy handles a rope completely differently than an American cowboy. This sculpture shows the artistry.