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Graan, Stacy
sculptor, wildlife artist, graphic artist (View Portfolio) Jasper, IN 47546
I indulge in a variety of mediums including drawing, comic art, digital art, graphics, photography, painting and sculpture.
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If you are interested in my work please e-mail me with your inquiry.
Prices vary for each type of work. Check out a larger portfolio of my work at:
BISON: Reflective of Native American reverence for this majestic animal. Size is approximately 16"long 11 1/2" High and 6-7" wide. Contact me if you wish to commission one. There are slight variations from piece to piece insuring that each piece is unique but my attention to detail and aesthetic appearance insures a quality sculpture. Sculpture and image Copyright 2005 Stacy Graan-Wilson
CATTAILS and DRAGONFLY: This design is one of my favorites to make. It stands about 11" tall. This is what I call a "double element" sculpture, one being the cattails and leaves the other being the dragonfly. There is usually an accent such as a small aquatic shell. Sculpture and image Copyright 2006 Stacy Graan-Wilson
SPIRAL TURTLE or SEA TURTLE: The turtle is one of the oldest Native American symbols representing Mother Earth and a connection to and respect for all Life. The spiral is an ancient symbol commonly thought to represent the cycle of seasons and Life and a broadening of consciousness. These little creatures are about 4" long from nose to tail. They come in colors of green, blue, purple, copper, or the natural steel color. Sculpture and image Copyright 2004 Stacy Graan-Wilson
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