A Native American woman of the plains.
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.
A warrior from another time.
In 2012 the Calgary Stampede in Alberta, Canada celebrated its 100th Anniversary.
Jay owned his own sleigh for years.
Chief Joseph was born in 1840 and died in 1904 at the age of 64.
Geronimo was born in 1829 in Arizona. He died 1909 at the age of 80.
This sculpture is a candle holder.
A horse and travois lightened the heavy work of moving for the native people.
Stoney Indian Chief from Alberta.
This sculpture honors my Native Ancestry. It will be used to support the Jay & Lynn Contway Scholarship Fund for the Phillips County Museum in my hometown of Malta.