The Last Mammoth
When we were young, growing up in Fairbanks, Alaska, we used to collect prehistoric bones along the banks of Gold Stream in the valley behind the hill where we lived.
The inspiration for this small bronze sculpture came from a fragment of a mammoth pelvic bone found elsewhere in Alaska.
With the addition of a pink alabaster sun, it represents the paleolithic sunset and a farewell to the last mammoth. Bronze is 2 7/8″ H x 5.5” L , 4 3/8′” H on walnut base Edition of 120
Copyright 2015 Jeffrey H. Dean and Ranja van de Werken Dean
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