The Jud Hartmann Gallery

The Jud Hartmann Gallery

Bronze sculptures of Native Americans and others, historical, Western and fine art

JUD HARTMANN'S PRIMARY ARTISTIC FOCUS since 1983 has been a series of limited edition bronze sculptures of Native Americans called The Woodland Tribes of the Northeast - The Iroquoian and Algonkians. The work is the first attempt by an artist to depict in bronze the Woodland Tribes of the Northeast, focusing on the 17th and 18th centuries.

Jud Hartmann has cast more than 75 Native American bronze sculptures in The Woodland Tribes of the Northeast series, representing the first and by far the most comprehensive exploration of eastern Native American peoples ever undertaken in bronze or any other medium.

The bronze sculptures can be viewed at The Jud Hartmann Gallery in Blue Hill, Maine from June through the middle of September, and in Grafton, Vermont daily through the foliage season and by chance or appointment from early November through Memorial Day.

79 Main Street
Blue Hill, ME

6 Main Street
Grafton, VT
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