Monday, December 7, 2009

Sacajawea or more correctly called Sacagawea Comes To Life Today

Started in February 2008. Finished in September 2009. The clay has become bronze of the young Shoshone Indian Girl, famous for her association with the Lewis and Clark Expedition from a Mandan Village on the Missouri River to the mouth of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. Her husband, 40 years her senior, a French-Indian trader amongst the tribes out west, became part of one of the greatest explorations in American History. Today a bronze bust of her was colored at Northwest Artcastings in Bozeman Montana. Isaac is the Patina Artist.

Final Photographs of the bronze


Darkmatters said...

Absolutely a-freakin-mazing!!!!

Gary Dombrowski said...

David, She looks good. That's one of my favorites. ~Gary