Tag Archives: Native American

A Sculpture “Masterfully” Displayed. 

Just spent an incredible weekend in Tucson, Arizona at Settlers West’s fall art show with Janette. We were guests of some friends / collectors and were able to visit, “Chiricahua Apache.” He is loved and well taken care of. There is nothing that touches my heart more than a work of art properly presented and displayed. Grateful to these folks who went “over the top” displaying this work of art. 


“Her Hands Know the Old Ways”

I love it when a title and a sculpture merge together as one. When creating this piece, the words came to me and and I felt they were inspired. 

She is a Popago Indian in southern Arizona about 1910. 

  

  


Miles to go before I sleep

I’ve decided to make it a Native American and add a quartered moose as cargo in the canoe. several people suggested I put antlers in the piece.

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‘m still looking for a title that would do the piece justice. If anybody has a suggestion I’m all ears.

   

 

http://www.scottrogerssculpture.com


The Chamisa Blooms All Summer

Whenever I drive through the deserts of New Mexico I see the plant called Chamisa by the side of the road. Ten years ago the title “The Chamisa Blooms All Summer” came to me. There are times I’ve sculpted a piece so that it won’t haunt me anymore to be created.

Well sculpting the piece I decided to make the woman with child. She’s blooming too.

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Chiricahua Apache has a New Friend

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A client sent me this picture of a bobcat that found a shady spot. Look close. I sent this image to several folks and it wasn’t until their second glance that they saw the bobcat.