The National Sculptors' Guild team just installed Tim Cherry's "Bison Columns" at the Jackson Hole Airport in Wyoming. “BISON COLUMNS” ©2010 Tim Chery and the National Sculptors' Guild, photo: Ren Burke
This sculpture is a large-scale relief featuring a bison, which are native to the area and are an integral part of the ecosystem. The bison is a symbol of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park as well as the enduring western spirit. "Bison Column" shows a stylized side view of the head and massive shoulders of a buffalo.
The placements will be significant and inviting to the touch, appealing to viewers of all ages. The artwork’s scale will be impressive and eye-catching, while the depth will be low-profile so as not to obstruct the flow of airport patrons as they walk by.
JK Designs’ Principal, John Kinkade, founded the National Sculptors’ Guild in 1992 with a handful of sculptors who wished to find thoughtful public applications for their work. Representation has since grown to over 20 contracted sculptors and painters; plus an extended network of 200+ artists that our design team works with on a regular basis to meet each project's unique needs.