Group of Native American sculptures. One Janice Albro (Dakota) Native American bronze sculpture titled Giving Thanks. The sculpture depicts a Native American man holding a peace pipe and looking upward. The sculpture is numbered 5/20 and dated 2006 along the base. The artwork rests on a two tiered wood base with brass name plate. One Caroline L. Carpio (Isleta Pueblo) bronze sculptue titled Peaceful Thoughts depicting a female potter sitting with a pot in her hands. The sculpture is signed, dated 2004, and numbered 3/35 along the base and rests on a wood turntable base. One Joe Cajero Jr (Jemez Pueblo, b. 1970) painted bronze sculpture titled Grandfather Story Teller. The sculpture is signed, numbered 23/30 and sits on a wooden base. Two bronze frogs. One is a vase, signed Scott Roberts under the base and dated 2/12/07. The second is a sculpture, mounted on felt and signed Ed Noisecat under the base and dated 10/12. Provenance: Collection of Judith Balderson, MN.
Dimensions: Albro; Height w/ Base: 25 1/8 in. Carpio; 18 in. (Height) x 16 in. (Width) x 9 in. (Depth). Cajero; 18 in. (Height) x 9.5 in. (W) x 10 (D). Noisecat; Height: 3 1/2 in. x Width: 9 in. Roberts; Height: 7 in x Width: 11 in.
Images: To view larger images, please visit https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8ed9nhnm5wknrh8/AACsurKHrYImqDg3T-dvZrR1a?dl=0