12.000 x 6.000 inches
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Sculpture - Bronze
I made this bronze many years ago, around 1982. Herds of mule deer gathered around the family log cabin in the winter, and I knew many of them and gave them names. They were so accustomed to my hiking up the rugged ravines, along the clifftops and up and down the steep and rocky foothills that they didn't bother running from me. I always crept along as quietly as possible, in hopes of seeing wild animals unaware of my presence. In the draw one morning, I came upon this 9-month old fawn, in its rough winter coat, curled asleep among the remnants of last year's fallen leaves and newly-sprouting forbs. I took a snapshot, which I used as a model for the clay sculpture, later cast into bronze.
April 14th, 2011
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