Pamela is on a mission to make Glendive, Montana an art lovers destination! Scroll down to enjoy!
On November 23rd, 2021 Pamela’s latest Glendive sculptures were installed. “It’s Going to be a Rodeo!” is a two sculpture set that tells the story of a prim girl and her well-groomed Poodle about to meet up with a rambunctious dog his boy cannot stop. We value humor in Eastern Montana and Pamela understands that.
This complementary pair in life-size appears at the two intersecting corners of Kendrick and Towne streets in Glendive, MT. This might be a first in Montana for two sculptures with a connected theme on either side of the street. Poodle Girl is decked out in a circa 1950’s poodle skirt complete with matching poodle purse. I was excited to have found and ordered from England actual poodle buttons to place on the girl’s blouse.~Pamela Harr
Watch this video about Pamela’s Glendive sculptures. It was shot in 2018.
Towne Street Bridge Statues
Her Towne Street bridge sculptures – one on each corner post – delight everyone who drives or walks across the bridge!
Watch this video about setting the first two Towne Street statues.
And here’s the video about the placements of the last two statues on the bridge.
Merrill Avenue Statues
In addition to the charming bridge sculptures, Merrill Avenue in Glendive (locally known as Main Street) has several sculptures to enchant residents and visitors alike.
One of the most recently installed sculptures is a particularly appropriate tribute to Glendive’s rich volunteer population. Watch this video to learn more about this project.
The Glendive Lions Club is recognizing volunteers in our community through a life-sized monument of a Lion sculpted by Harvey Rattey and re-designed by Pamela Harr titled “Community Volunteers – The Heart Of A Lion”. The title refers to the dedication, loyalty, love and passion to serve others by all service organizations and individuals in Glendive. Anyone interested in recognizing a volunteer (living or posthumously) may purchase a 2”x 4” Tribute Plaque with the volunteer’s name to be placed on the sculpture base located at the EPIC property for a $100 tax deductible donation. Also 4” high bronze sculptures of the lion may be purchased for $500 each. Proceeds will help pay for the casting and maintenance of the sculpture. Checks may be written to Glendive Lions Club Foundation and sent to: P.O. Box 366, Glendive, MT 59330 or call (406)377-5631 for more information.
Thank you to James Sculpczynski and Glendive Broadcasting for the videos!