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5.000 x 6.000 x 3.000 inches
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Sculpture - Bronze
Radiating a sense of solidity and power, the "American Bison" stands as a bold symbol of America and our freedom.
Lisbeth Sabol created "American Bison" while serving as the NPS Sculptor-in-Residence at Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Living in the Black Hills of South Dakota, she was in close proximity to the magnificent herds of bison roaming wild and free in Custer State Park. Driving her jeep through the park, she was able to track down the bison and set up an improvised sculpting studio on the tailgate. The "American Bison" sculpture is one of several pieces sculpted in the field from live wild bison roaming free in their native environment.
"American Bison" achieved international recognition when it was honored with Honorable Mention for the Gold Memorial Bowl in the Royal Miniature Society International Exhibition at Westminster Gallery in London, England.
Lisbeth Sabol's exquisite sculptures are cast using the lost wax method of bronze-casting to capture the intricate detail of each piece. Hand-applied patinas add subtle color variation.
The "American Bison" is cast in bronze and available in an artist limited edition of 100. Each limited edition bronze is signed and numbered by the artist.
Lisbeth Sabol is known for her evocative, graceful sculptures in bronze and stone. Lisbeth has shown in galleries in New York City, London, Honolulu, New Zealand, and Italy. Her sculptures can be seen in the public collections of Rocky Mountain National Park, Glacier National Park, Quiet Waters Park, and in many private collections throughout the U.S. and abroad.
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November 12th, 2007
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