The sculpture was installed today, and it looks great! National Sculptors' Guild Fellow Daniel Glanz's "Fly Fishin' II" has made it to its new home near Jackson Hole.
The private pond is ideal for this majestic bronze eagle catching the cutthroat trout.
Sculpture fabrication stage at Don Rambadt's studio
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.