Women of the American Old West , Native - Sacagewa
ONE OF A KIND Original art
A skilled huntress and experienced scout who traveled many expeditions over thousands of miles from North Dakota to the Pacific Ocean. She helped establish cultural contacts with Native American populations in addition to her contributions to natural history. She was skilled at finding edible plants, navigating, interpreting and served as a symbol of peace. Seen here on a Bristlecone tree stump, she returns home with a bounty of fish and fur.
An original Ken Fedoruk sculpture starts as polymer clay and is transformed into a work of art where all the components tell a story. Made entirely by hand and with exquisite detail; Sacagawea's face is hand painted, clothing is soft buckskin leather that is rich in texture and smartly adorned with ornate beadwork, bangles, chains, tools, knives and tiny fish. Ken's signature adorns this piece and guarantees the craftsmanship.
One of a kind - Original art Size 12'L x 12"w x12"d approximately