Brothers of the WoodAugust 7, 2012
Limited Edition of 15.
1. The wooden original of this bronze edition is in the permanent collection of the National Wildlife Museum, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
2. A bronze of this sculpture is in the permanent collection of the Forest Hills Cemetery & Sculpture Garden, Boston, Mass.
3. A bronze of this sculpture is in the permanent collection of the Forest Lawn Cemetery & Sculpture Garden, Buffalo, NY.
BROTHERS OF THE WOOD
The Wolf and Raven have been an integral part of Native American lore and mystical vision. With this sculpture I have chosen to honor these two brothers of the wood. They are not only a statement of wildlife concern and that of the environment, but also are symbolic elements of social change. The world emerged from Oneness. Today it is more apparent than ever, that the coming together as one world, one planet is necessary. Humanity IS through the visionary eyes of creative souls, standing together as one, not bound by international borders and sovereignties but emerging as one universal family of Brothers in spirit, dependent on one another. We MUST learn the dance of the Raven and the Wolf.
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