"Bronze sculptures lasting beyond our years"

Deana's Bronze

Deana's Pillows



    In the spring of 1976, an eight-year-old girl was helping her dad gather some wheat pasture steers that had gotten into a neighbor’s field.  She was no stranger to horses, having ridden as long as she could remember....Everything was going fine until a steer suddenly cut back left, and the mare made a big swoop left to head it.  The girl was caught completely off guard, and she went right.  Her right foot hung in the stirrup, and the left foot hung on the saddle horn as she went flying off, suspended on the side of the horse, like a trick rider at a rodeo...

Read the complete story in the NTFR magazine, March 2015 issue...www.ntfronline.com/2015/03/from-story-to-sculpture