Yellowstone Winter by Jim Ratliff.
This piece is part of a Black Hills Collection Series comprised of 4 bronze sculptures by Jim Ratliff. The bronze pieces depict a period during Native American history (1831-1890) where Chief Sitting Bull led the great Sioux Nation in its resistance to the US Government.
The four sculptures in this series include Chief Sitting Bull, the Gold Rush in 1874, the America Buffalo, which was the Native American Indians’ primary food and clothing source, and Horses which changed the Native American lifestyle. Horses were a source of wealth and power and the Sioux Indians became nomads once they acquired horses, as they were then able to find and follow buffalo herds.
"Yellowstone Winter" measures 11" x 19" x 7" and is a bronze sculture. Jim Ratliff creates his unique sculptures in clay which are then cast in bronze.
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Location: This artwork is currently on display at the Plantation Artists Guild and Gallery located at the Shops of Amelia Island Plantation.