• One of a Kind
    Price: $60,000
    Dimensions:
    72"H x 96"W x 27"D
    Weight: 310 lbs.


    Late in 1994, an underground cavern was uncovered in Southeastern France. It contained one of the most exciting discoveries of modern times: an untouched Stone Age sanctuary of skeletons, footprints and walls covered with over 300 extraordinary drawings and engravings of animals. These staggeringly sophisticated images are radio carbon dated to be the oldest known paintings in the world, over 30,000 years old - overturning our notions of the development of art in the history of mankind. These paintings are particularly impressive in terms of techniques used to present perspective and motion. All are powerful in execution, and coupled with their environment -- dangerous, dark, difficult to reach caves that could only be illuminated with torches -- suggest strongly that their purpose was of the most serious spiritual order.

     

    "In the beginning of all things, wisdom and knowledge were with the animals, for Tirawa, the One Above, did not speak directly to man. He sent certain animals to tell men that he showed himself through the beasts, and that from them, and the stars, sun and moon, should man learn..." Eagle Chief (Pawnee, late 1800s).

     

    We can't know for certain what significance these animal images held for Ice Age mankind, but there are clues; their placement in inaccessible caves, care in execution -- drawing from attitudes and mythologies of indigenous tribes who live closely to nature as did these Paleolithic people and from whom we can glean some understandings. But I believe the images speak to us in yet another way that goes beyond the conscious attempts to decipher their meanings. It is a gut consciousness . . . and the memory still lingers. Like peripheral vision, it requires an intuitive approach lest it be lost in too direct scrutiny.

    Ancient Echo (Monument)
    899,573
  • Edition of 25
    Price: $30,000
    Dimensions:
    42"H x 33"W x 26"D
    Weight: 260 lbs.


    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.  Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity the often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious. 

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-de-Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     

    Photo taken at Star York's "Rancho Verde" ranch

    Rock Art Mare Roll (Life Size)
    432,297
  • Edition of 25
    Price: $32,000
    Dimensions:
    56.5"H x 60"W x 26"D
    Weight: 280 lbs.


    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.  Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity the often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious. 

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-de-Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     

    Photo taken at Star York's "Rancho Verde" ranch

    Rock Art Mare Alert (Life Size)
    432,422
  • Edition of 25
    Price: $32,000
    Dimensions:
    51"H x 68"W x 36"D
    Weight: 280 lbs.


    There is a timeless quality to much rock art that comes, in part, from the aesthetic sensibilities that created it.  Many of the designs have a sophisticated sense of style and subtlety.  Even with their archaic means and simplicity the often have a look that is modern yet primitive . . . and seems to emit an echo that resounds in our subconscious. 

    The ice age of Lascaux, Font-de-Gaume and Altamira comprises some of the oldest and most beautiful sketched imagery in human history.  European authorities at first refused to believe that “primitive hands” could have rendered such artistry.  What impresses me most is the reverence for the animals that comes through these renderings.   These Rock Art sculptures are a tribute to those hands in three-dimension.

     

    Rock Art Mare Itch (Life Size)
    691,529
  • Edition of 15
    Price: $65,000
    Dimensions:
    67"H x 104"W x 20"D
    Weight: 480 lbs.
    At Liberty
    1440,959
  • Edition of 15
    Price: $86,000
    Dimensions:
    67"H x 104"W x 32"D
    Weight: 777 lbs.

     

    The Love between the Mare and her Colt is essential to the colt’s well being.
    It is imperative that the colt runs along side of his mother learning to run and coordinate along with the subtle twists and turns of a gentle gallop.

    This creates an unbreakable bond in which a colt is matured to the eventual status of an independent stallion.

    One and a Half Horsepower
    1351,960
  • Edition of 25
    Price: $48,000

    Dimensions:
    50"H x 40"W x 52"D 
    Weight: 323 lbs.


    Since the very origins of human consciousness, there is evidence that humans understood the concept of future, and sought to influence it to improve their chances of survival.   Using animal helping spirits to carry prayers and messages to the highest power is a practice found in every culture throughout time.  The intervention of holy men/shamans/medicine men to enhance spiritual connection is a tradition practiced by cultures worldwide as a very sacred ritual.  Summoning these spirits in times of crisis (whether in healing, hunting, battle, etc. ) to carry prayers to the highest deity was seen as a matter of life and death.

       I chose to create a holy man based on what I have been most familiar…..a Native American from my own continent.  The Oglala Sioux medicine men were the subjects of several historical books about Black Elk and Crazy Horse that influenced me decades ago, so I selected this tribe. 

    This seemed like the right sculpture to express my feelings about the significance of seers and wisdom keepers through my art.  To me, in an era when we are facing global environmental concerns and are not so in tune with the natural world, it is prudent to recall how mankind has traditionally handled overwhelming challenges.

       In this sculpture, this holy man is in a prayer trance, using chanting, drumming, and wafting the smoke of burning sage over himself, by using his eagle prayer fan, in order to reach the state of consciousness that puts him in touch with helping spirits.   In this altered state, he can appeal to these helpers and divine powers for aid in facing troubled times.


    Prayer Chant (Life Size and a Quarter)
    300,429
  • Edition of 25
    Price: $65,000

    Dimensions:
    60"H x 38"W x 36"D
    Weight: 456 lbs.

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose. Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move. Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions. The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

     

    Nuzzling Burros
    1434,960
  • Edition of 15
    Price: $32,000
    Dimensions:
    53"H x 33"W x 53"D

    "Water Song" features a young Anasazi woman sitting on a rock washing her hair. In this piece, Star wanted to capture those quiet, reflective moments that women frequently enjoy while performing the daily rituals of self-maintenance. "These routines, such as brushing your hair or bathing, give us private time when we can escape into thoughts that take us faraway from daily cares," she says. "Whether fantasizing about a dream lover or composing the lyrics to a personal song, these private moments, I believe have always been precious to women." The life-size "Water Song" is mounted on a faux stone model of an actual boulder.

    Although modifications can be made to accommodate specific sites, the way in which the piece is currently designed allows the sculpture and the stone to sit in a pool of water. A submerged pump pushes a stream of water through plumbing already installed within the sculpture, which is emitted through an opening in her hair where her hands appear to be wringing water into a bowl. As the bowl fills with water (as if she is so lost in her thoughts she doesn't realize what is happening in front of her) the water spills over, dropping into a natural cup in the rock, and in turn overflowing into the pool where it is re-circulated by the pump..

    The sound of trickling water scores her meditations like a musical background - thus the title "Water Song".

     

    Water Song Monumental Fountain
    480,960
  • Edition of 25
    Price: $25,000
    Dimensions:
    54"H x 10"W x 20"D

     

    Corn pollen is still a sacred part of ritual blessings and prayers in many Native American cultures. This tradition is the inspiration behind "Touch the Earth". In some tribes particularly the Navajo, pollen is used for blessing the most simple act, person or place, as well as in the most elaborate ceremonies. The power of the pollen is considered greatly enhanced by dusting the wings of an eagle or hawk, captured for such purposes. The bird, placed over a buckskin, will shake off the pollen, which is then carefully gathered from the buckskin, and kept in a pollen pouch for future use in blessings and prayers.

    In "Touch the Earth", the woman is using the pollen for a prayer. The hawk suggests the strength of the pollen's power, and she is barefoot, touching the earth to further open the channel between herself and the spirit world..

     

    Touch the Earth Monument
    437,798
  • Edition of 15
    Price: $44,000
    Dimensions:
    64"H x 20"W


    This woman, wrapped in a blanket either because of a slight chill after undressing for a bath, or out of modesty despite the implied private setting, tests the water delicately with her toe in anticipation of a refreshing bath. Does the title refer to the source of water for this bath?

    A private sanctuary she alone knows of and is therefore untouched? The reference could point to the woman herself in the springtime of her life; new to womanhood, virgin in her coming of age.

    It connotes a private moment when the woman is lost in sensations. Absentmindedly she fingers her necklace, distracted by how things feel, smell, and sound. The cool air on her bare skin, the prickly rough woven wool, the woodsy scents of dew on leaves and grass and fallen trees, the gurgling spring, chatter of birds, rustle of leaves stirred by a faint breeze.

    When we feel new we become aware of even minute sensations. Perhaps she has risen from intimacy with her lover (she wears a chief's blanket) and is feeling reborn in her discovery of herself as a woman. She contemplates descending in to the clear cleansing pool, a ritual we associate with rebirth, and reflects the pure contentment of the moment on her placid face.

     

    Virgin Spring Monumental Fountain
    466,798
  • Edition of 15
    Price: $63,000
    Dimensions:
    72"H x 62"W x 45"D
    Weight: 450


    "A custom practiced by some Plains Indian tribes was fashioning a leather wrapped circle and tying string through its middle in the pattern of a spider web. An opening was left in the center of the web to which was attached various good luck charms. Fastening the talisman to the head of a cradleboard allowed the child's good dreams to pass through the web's hole, trapping the malevolent forces in the web. The Apache woman has traded for the talisman - called a Dreamcatcher - and views it in wonder and hope for her young child's future . . .determined to give the child every advantage - using magic and mysticism to insure the child's well being." - Star Liana York
    Dreamcatcher
    560,720
  • Edition of 15
    Price: $85,000
    Dimensions:
    74"H x 55"W x 45"D
    Weight: 375

    "In the desert, as in the mountains, the weather can be violently unpredictable. Storms can explode out of a serene blue sky in a matter of moments. For this reason, Native People, who spent most of their time out-of-doors, were acutely attuned to the warning signs. Drawing on these facts of nature, Star York has imagined a dramatic vignette of turn-of-the-century Apache life. A young mother out gathering berries with her child has heard the drums of distant thunder. Pursued by a lashing wind and bolts of lightning, she hurries toward shelter. As with all of Star's work, the historical detail is finely researched. The "burden basket" the woman carries over her shoulder is specific to western tribes and is given to young girls at their puberty ceremonies. Note the jewelry the woman is wearing: in addition to the cross, silver-dollar medallion, and glass trade bead necklace, around her neck dangles a wood amulet carved by a medicine man out of lightning-struck wood that is believed to be an entrail of the Wind God. But the detail does not exist for detail's sake - it is integrated into the sculpture in ways that subtly support the original concept. The way the woman is dressed is an example. Rather than putting her in traditional clothes, Star has her wearing the kind of long and loose cotton dress Western Apache women adopted after contact with Europeans. This allows Star to bring more movement to the piece, accenting the woman's flight and the swirling wind, which in turn adds drama and urgency to the action. Finally, look closely at the baby. Intuitively he appears to have recognized his mother's alarm. He seems to know danger is chasing them. And we realize this not only by the wild-eyed expression registered on his face, but by the suggestion that he too has acted in rescuing his doll. In this exciting new work, Star continues her interest in sculpting Indian women and placing them in contexts that allow them to demonstrate strength and character. Though concern is etched in this young Apache mother's brow, she acts swiftly and competently to stay ahead of trouble." - Star Liana York

    Distant Thunder Monument
    400,601
  • Edition of 15
    Price: $85,000
    Dimensions:
    74"H x 55"W x 45"D
    Weight: 375


    "In the desert, as in the mountains, the weather can be violently unpredictable. Storms can explode out of a serene blue sky in a matter of moments. For this reason, Native People, who spent most of their time out-of-doors, were acutely attuned to the warning signs. Drawing on these facts of nature, Star York has imagined a dramatic vignette of turn-of-the-century Apache life. A young mother out gathering berries with her child has heard the drums of distant thunder. Pursued by a lashing wind and bolts of lightning, she hurries toward shelter. As with all of Star's work, the historical detail is finely researched. The "burden basket" the woman carries over her shoulder is specific to western tribes and is given to young girls at their puberty ceremonies. Note the jewelry the woman is wearing: in addition to the cross, silver-dollar medallion, and glass trade bead necklace, around her neck dangles a wood amulet carved by a medicine man out of lightning-struck wood that is believed to be an entrail of the Wind God. But the detail does not exist for detail's sake - it is integrated into the sculpture in ways that subtly support the original concept. The way the woman is dressed is an example. Rather than putting her in traditional clothes, Star has her wearing the kind of long and loose cotton dress Western Apache women adopted after contact with Europeans. This allows Star to bring more movement to the piece, accenting the woman's flight and the swirling wind, which in turn adds drama and urgency to the action. Finally, look closely at the baby. Intuitively he appears to have recognized his mother's alarm. He seems to know danger is chasing them. And we realize this not only by the wild-eyed expression registered on his face, but by the suggestion that he too has acted in rescuing his doll. In this exciting new work, Star continues her interest in sculpting Indian women and placing them in contexts that allow them to demonstrate strength and character. Though concern is etched in this young Apache mother's brow, she acts swiftly and competently to stay ahead of trouble." - Star Liana York

    Distant Thunder Monument at the New Mexico Cancer Center
    398,536
  • Spring Snow
    524,720
  • Edition of 15
    Price: $75,000
    Dimensions:
    75"H x 33"W x 44"D
    Weight: 745 lbs. 


       This sculpture is of a rancher who has come across a maverick cow (one that has not been branded) while out riding the range.  He has his saddle branding iron,  that had been tied to his horse’s saddle, and is trying to start a fire to brand the cow he has just roped and tied.  The raindrop brimming from his hat, his slicker billowing around him as he tries to shelter the struggling flame, imply that the weather is blustery with drizzling rain…..not very conducive to getting his job done.

       Evident in “Branding Fire” is Star’s affinity for the quiet, contemplative moments that are as much a part of life in the West as the more action packed dramatic incidents that occur.  Her attention to accurate detail brings an authenticity to her work: like the saddle iron, which must be small, light and transportable on horseback over many miles of rough riding, as well as the feeling communicated by subtle gesture and facial expression that is particular to the moment, and at the same time universal.

     

       “Though not by vocation, my father was a very talented woodworker, and spent much of his free time working on wood projects in our home basement.   He would let me join him there as a young child, giving me a pine board on which to draw, then let me cut out the image using the jigsaw.  Then I could file down the edges, shaping the figures into sculpture, and paint them.  He had such patience and tenacity with whatever job he took on, not daunted by difficulties that might arise.  This was, I believe, as influential as learning to use my hands to make objects……to not be discouraged by challenges, but to take them on with determination and alacrity.

       “As I started this idea for a sculpture of a cowboy in this type of situation, I realized after working some time on it, that what drew me to the concept was the subconscious desire to portray this attribute.  I wished to convey the satisfaction of getting a job done despite adverse conditions, finding reward and peace of mind from his chosen work, no matter the difficulties. He was the perfect role model for it, which all came clear to me after the face emerged……..I had sculpted my father’s face.”

                                                                                                                                                            ------Star York

    “The highest reward for a man’s toil is not what he gets for it, but what he becomes by it”

    --------John Ruskin

    “Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing”

    --------Theodore Roosevelt


    Photo Credit: Wendy McEahern
    Branding Fire (Monumental)
    686,960
  • Edition of 10
    Price: $48,000
    Dimensions:
    A set can be any combo of the three below

        Regal Repose 
    27"H x 72"W x 30"D
    Weight: 200 lbs.  (not available outside of Catamount)

        Cat Call
    21.5"H x 67"W x 25"D
    Weight: 145 lbs.

        Bathing Beauty 
    17"H x 69"W x 25"D
    Weight: 145 lbs.
       

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

    Catamount
    1434,960
  • Edition of 25
    Price: $24,000
    Dimensions:
    21.5"H x 69"W x 25"D
    Weight: 145 lbs.


    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.
     

    Cat Call
    722,480
  • Edition of 25
    Price: $24,000
    Dimensions:
    17"H x 69"W x 25"D
    Weight: 145 lbs.

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose. Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move. Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions. The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

    Bathing Beauty
    1280,851
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $15,000
    Dimensions:
    26.5"H x 48"W x 23"D
    Weight: 100 lbs.

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works. 

     

    Photo credit Underexposed

    Cougar
    720,494
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $7,000
    Dimensions:
    12.5"H x 40"W x 15"D
    Weight: 60 lbs.

     

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

     

    Photo credit Underexposed

    Purrfect Lazy Day II
    1440,960
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $6,000
    Dimensions:
    23"H x 18"W x 12"D
    Weight: 60 lbs.

     

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Guard Duty
    600,900
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $3,400
    Dimensions:
    16.5"H x 15"W x 10"D
    Weight: 20 lbs.

    Board Meeting includes: Chuckles, Skeptical, Jokester, Guffaw and Palaver  

    $15,500

     "Raven" is defined in the dictionary as talk intended to charm or beguile, and idle chatter. 

    These Ravens often visit the huge Cottonwood outside my studio and begin an amazing array of vocalizations….chattering away until I come out to interact with them. They sometimes will perch on the telephone poles at the entrance to our ranch, and when I go out to ride will chatter as if they wish me to acknowledge their presence. Sometimes they will fly along with us on the ride…..behavior which I find charming and beguiling indeed!

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

     

     

     




    Star York may reproduce as needed for advertising, web and self promotion, for an unlimited time period. All use must be accompanied by photo credit © 2009 Wendy McEahern Photography. Third party use by permission of Wendy McEahern ONLY and subject to licensing fees. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED
    Palaver
    600,900
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $3,400
    Dimensions:
    15"H x 15"W x 10"D
    Weight: 22 lbs.

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose. Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move. Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions. The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

    Photo credit Underexposed

    Big Score
    776,960
  • Edition of 35
    Set Price: $6,000
    Individual: $3,200

    Dimensions:
    Guffaw
    13.5"H x 16"W x 9"D
    Weight: 20 lbs.

    Jokester
    11"H x 16"W x 11"D 
    Weight: 20 lbs.

     

    "Board Meeting" includes; Chuckles, Skeptical, Jokester, Guffaw and Palaver  
    Price: $15,500

     "Raven" is defined in the dictionary as talk intended to charm or beguile, and idle chatter.

    These Ravens often visit the huge cottonwood outside my studio and begin an amazing array of vocalizations….chattering away until I come out to interact with them. They sometimes will perch on the telephone poles at the entrance to our ranch, and when I go out to ride will chatter as if they wish me to acknowledge their presence. Sometimes they will fly along with us on the ride…..behavior which I find charming and beguiling indeed!

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

     

     

     

    The Joke, "Jokester" and "Guffaw"
    1440,960
  • Edition of 50
    Set Price: $6,200

    Individual:
    Chuckles: $3,400    
    Dimensions:
    16"H x 18"W x 15"D
    Weight: 22 lbs.

    Skeptical: $3,000
    Dimensions:
    16"H x 13.5"W x 5.5"D
    Weight: 18 lbs.

    Board Meeting includes; Chuckles, Skeptical, Jokester, Guffaw and Palaver  
    Price: $15,500



     "Raven" is defined in the dictionary as talk intended to charm or beguile, and idle chatter. 

    These Ravens often visit the huge cottonwood outside my studio and begin an amazing array of vocalizations….chattering away until I come out to interact with them. They sometimes will perch on the telephone poles at the entrance to our ranch, and when I go out to ride will chatter as if they wish me to acknowledge their presence. Sometimes they will fly along with us on the ride…..behavior which I find charming and beguiling indeed!

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

     

     

     




    Photo Credit by Underexposed
    Chuckles and Skeptical
    1440,960
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $4,500
    Dimensions:
    15"H x 23"W x 10.5"D
    Weight: 35

    Fox Den
    1000,667
  • Edition of 25
    Price for Pair: $16,000
    Total Dimensions:
    34"H x 38"W x 28"D
    Total Weight: 105 lbs.

    All Legs
    Price: $7,200
    Dimensions:
    21.25"H x 21"W x 15"D 
    Weight: 40 lbs.  

    Key Deer
    Price: $10,000
    Dimensions:
    32.25"H x 36"W x 18"D   
    Weight: 65 lbs.




    Photo credit Underexposed

     

     

    In the Morning Mist
    1200,959
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $10,000
    Dimensions:
    34"H x 36"W x 13"D
    Weight: 65 lbs.

    Photo credit Underexposed
    Key Deer
    1200,959
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $7,200
    Dimensions:
    21.25"H x 21"W x 15"D
    Weight: 40 lbs.

     

    Photo credit Underexposed

    All Legs
    1200,959
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $4,000
    Dimensions:
    25"H x 12"W x 5.5"D
    Weight: 30 lbs.
    Mr. Bumbles
    953,960
  • Edition of 25
    Set of Four Price: $17,000

     Sold Individually

    Coyote (II) Male 18"H x 30"W x 17"D
    Weight: 60lbs.    (Sold with set only)

    Coyote (III) Female 28"H x 21"W x 17"D         
    Weight: 65 lbs.  Price: $7,000

    Coyote Pup Lying Down  5.5"H x 12.5"W x 8"D
    Weight: 15 lbs.   Price: $3,000 1 AP left

    Coyote Pup Sitting 11"H x  10.5"W x 6.5"D
    Weight: 15 lbs.  Price: $3,000 1 AP left

     

    The Coyote serves as a teacher, trickster, clever hunter, tenacious survivalist in an ever-changing world, and is character through out Native American myths and stories.

    Coyote Family
    1212,960
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $5,800
    Dimensions:
    11"H x 38"W x 18"D
    Weight: 37 lbs.

     

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Like Father Like Son
    864,577
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $6,200
    Dimensions:
    14.5"H x 28"W x 11.5"D
    Weight: 35 lbs.

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose. Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move. Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions. The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Jack O' Hearts
    1350,900
  • Edition of 35
    Price $3,600
    Dimensions:
    21.5"H x 12"W x 12"D
    Weight: 30 lbs.

     

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    What's Up Doc?
    480,720
  • Edition of 50
    Price: $1,800
    Dimensions:
    8"H x 10"W x 16.5"D
    Weight: 4 lbs.


    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.
     

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Little Prince
    600,900
  • Edition of 50
    Price: $2,000
    Dimensions:
    8.5"H x 10"W x 6"D
    Weight: 5 lbs.

     

    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Jack Jr.
    900,600
  • Edition of 35
    Price: $2,000
    Dimensions:
    10"H x 8.5"W x 5.5"D
    Weight: 6.5 lbs.


    In this series I've tried to focus on individual personalities that I believe can be glimpsed best in moments of relaxed repose.  Most often humans today experience wildlife at a distance and on the move.  Animals, whether domesticated or wild, have a character as individual as humans, and sometimes reflect this character in their facial or body expressions.  The capturing of a tell tale gesture or glance is what I find rewarding in these works.

     

    Photo credit Wendy McEahern

    Itchy
    600,900
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