Sun and Moon
Plains Indian Legend of Sun and Moon
Sun made a daily journey acros the horizon
to the West where he entered his lodge to pass
the night. Moon, his wife, also dwelt in Sun’s Lodge, but they would only see each other in passing each morning and evening.
ALTHOUGH OUR TIME TOGETHER IS FLEETING,
OUR LOVE IS DEEP AND EVERLASTING…
The bronze sculpture, “Dance of Sun & Moon” by Jerry McKellar
is his interpretation of this Native American Legend.
Primarily self-taught artist, Mckellar’s vivid imagination combined with input from life experiences, travel and nature influenced his creative spirit. His education at the University of Washington dental school provided him with extensive studies of facial and human anatomy that has helped greatly in sculpting the human body.
As an accomplished and inventive artist, he is constantly expanding hs style and subject matter. Many monumental and Life-Size sculptures have been installed in public and private collections.
Contemporary sculpture with a unique patina in a stone apprearance.
Only one left in the edition 23/30 – 41″ h x 13″ x 13″ on maple turntable base
Spirits in the Wind Gallery, 1211 Washington Ave., Golden, CO 80401