Taps – American Soldier

NEW Taps “All Gave Some, Some Gave All” by Pamela Harr The soldier is 12” tall. Overall height 33” ED 200 $3,600 This is the model for the Northeastern Montana Veterans Memorial at Ft. Peck, MT. For details about the memorial and progress reports visit www.veteransmt.org. The same size sculpture can also be ordered as […]

A Breath Away From Disaster

A Breath Away From Disaster by Harvey Rattey 14″ x 12″ x 3″ Ed 300 $995 “A Breath Away from Disaster” portrays the mishap on May 14, 1805, when one of their boats was swamped and nearly capsized on the Missouri River.  Sacagawea rescued many of the vital supplies that floated overboard including the expedition’s […]

The Reunion

The Reunion by Harvey Rattey 14″ x 3″ x 3″  Ed 300 $995 Greatly enhancing the success of the expedition, the third bronze depicts the fortuitous reuniting of Sacagawea with her brother which enabled Lewis & Clark to obtain horses for the trek over the mountains.  This touching moment depicted in “The Reunion”, portrays Sacagawea […]

Claiming the Kill

  Claiming the Kill by Harvey Rattey 14 x 8 x 3 Ed 300 $995 The expedition ran into many aggressive grizzly bears throughout their trek, especially in Montana. With no fear of humans, these ferocious animals often challenged the hunters for the game that was killed.

Whale Creek Landing

Whale Creek Landing by Harvey Rattey 7 x 14 x 4  Ed 300  $995 5th in our Lewis & Clark Series, a giant Blue Whale’s body had been reported washed up on the beach. Captain Clark writes that “Sacagawea is eager to go with the party to see the ‘great waters’. She has traveled a […]

It Is Well With My Soul

  “It Is Well With My Soul” (Horadio Spafford 1873) by Pamela Harr 8.5 x 6.5 x 6    $950 Horatio G. Spafford a Christian activist, devout family man and prominent American lawyer lost nearly everything in the 1871 Great Chicago Fire. Soon after his 4 year old son died of Scarlet Fever. In 1873 he […]