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Star Liana York is celebrated for her stunning bronzes that capture many worlds.
Her masterpieces in wildlife and equine genres, along with the Native American culture are the centerpieces of a career that spans more than 40-years.

Her bronzes have received widespread acclaim; generating several museum shows and national awards. Her monumental bronzes have been commissioned for sites throughout the Southwest.


During her decades of visiting ancient caves throughout the American Southwest and prehistoric sites in France she was inspired to create her "Lost Worlds" series. 

Most striking were her visits to the Lascaux cave, discovered in 1940 in the Vézère Valley is determined to be more than 20,000 years old and the finest of all prehistoric painted caves made by Cro Magnon man, the earliest of modern humans. 

Click HERE for Lascaux amazing website.

The artist's galleries (see "galleries" for links) have annual one-person showings of her work. Watch this website for announcements of them.

We invite you to leave a note in the guest book, and sign up for her quarterly newsletter.
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Star Liana York is celebrated for her stunning bronzes that capture many worlds.
Her masterpieces in wildlife and equine genres, along with the Native American culture are the centerpieces of a career that spans more than 40-years.

Her bronzes have received widespread acclaim; generating several museum shows and national awards. Her monumental bronzes have been commissioned for sites throughout the Southwest.


During her decades of visiting ancient caves throughout the American Southwest and prehistoric sites in France she was inspired to create her "Lost Worlds" series. 

Most striking were her visits to the Lascaux cave, discovered in 1940 in the Vézère Valley is determined to be more than 20,000 years old and the finest of all prehistoric painted caves made by Cro Magnon man, the earliest of modern humans. 

Click HERE for Lascaux amazing website.

The artist's galleries (see "galleries" for links) have annual one-person showings of her work. Watch this website for announcements of them.

We invite you to leave a note in the guest book, and sign up for her quarterly newsletter.