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24. Giving Thanks  |  JANICE ALBRO   •   OKLAHOMA  |  Bronze  |  Generosity is one of the virtues upheld by Native Americans–they live in the spirit of giving every day. As this warrior prays with his pipe, or “canupa”, he is giving thanks to the Creator for a new day and all of nature.  |  Sell Price: $16,500

24. Giving Thanks | JANICE ALBRO • OKLAHOMA | Bronze | Generosity is one of the virtues upheld by Native Americans–they live in the spirit of giving every day. As this warrior prays with his pipe, or “canupa”, he is giving thanks to the Creator for a new day and all of nature. | Sell Price: $16,500

"Max Ernst & Dorothea Tanning sipping champagne" Photo by Eliot Elisofon (1942) LIFE Magazine

"Max Ernst & Dorothea Tanning sipping champagne" Photo by Eliot Elisofon (1942) LIFE Magazine

2. Sandhill Cranes | GREGORY JOHNSON   •   GEORGIA | Bronze and Granite | Gregory Johnson creates sculptures that are so life-like that children and adults may often be found smiling, laughing and talking to them. He believes in animated, softly detailed compositions. The works are realistically modeled and maintain classical proportions. Most often, the birds are sculpted as a pair or a family, to suggest interaction and create interest. | Sell Price: $15,000

2. Sandhill Cranes | GREGORY JOHNSON • GEORGIA | Bronze and Granite | Gregory Johnson creates sculptures that are so life-like that children and adults may often be found smiling, laughing and talking to them. He believes in animated, softly detailed compositions. The works are realistically modeled and maintain classical proportions. Most often, the birds are sculpted as a pair or a family, to suggest interaction and create interest. | Sell Price: $15,000

3. The Morning Star | STEVEN W. MAECK • FLORIDA | Steel | The aesthetic intent of my current work is not to create “junkyard art”, but to take industrial artifacts and alter or recombine them in such a manner as to create forms that are not only modernist, resonant and original but manifest the aura of having been created from base raw material such as cast bronze. Of course there is, at least a subliminal sense of the processed heritage of the metal. | Sell Price: $13,500

3. The Morning Star | STEVEN W. MAECK • FLORIDA | Steel | The aesthetic intent of my current work is not to create “junkyard art”, but to take industrial artifacts and alter or recombine them in such a manner as to create forms that are not only modernist, resonant and original but manifest the aura of having been created from base raw material such as cast bronze. Of course there is, at least a subliminal sense of the processed heritage of the metal. | Sell Price: $13,500

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