Tag: lacrosse

“For all that’s at Stake”

2017 | Bronze edition: 35 | Height: 24″

“The tall, erect posture and the elastic tread of the Indian…is attributable to physical training. The consequence is… the Indian indulges in those sports which expand the chest and throw back the shoulders and impart agility and grace to the movement of the limbs. …

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The Winning Goal

The Winning Goal Sculpture

Bronze edition: 8 | Height: 20″

Among the Iroquois of N.Y. State, lacrosse was a rough and tumble sport which served a multi-faceted purpose in their society: it was in time of peace an outlet for young men to channel competitive and aggressive behavior and an important avenue for them to demonstrate courage, stamina …

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War’s Younger Brother

The most famous lacrosse match in history

Bronze edition: 25 | Height: 15″

Among the tribes of the Eastern Woodlands, lacrosse was valued in part as a substitute for warfare – as a safety valve to release aggressive and competitive tendencies, especially among young men during times of peace. As Joseph Brant (Thayendenegea), the …

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The Seneca-Mohawk Lacrosse Game of 1797

The Seneca-Mohawk Lacrosse Game of 1797 Sculpture

Bronze edition: 35 | Height: 17″

“The tall erect posture and the elastic tread of the Indian… is attributable to… physical training. The consequence is,….the Indian indulges in those sports which expand the chest and throw back the shoulders and impart agility and grace to the movements of the limbs. In addition to …

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He Who Is Without Equal

Study of He Who is Without Equal Sculpture

“Non-Pareil”

Monument | Bronze edition: 7 | Height: 12 feet
Study | Bronze edition: 50 | Height: 28″

Above is the study and the monumental 12 foot tall sculpture that stands outside the Jud Hartmann Gallery in Blue Hill, Maine.

His endurance, strength, speed and grace were legendary. He could run down and slay …

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Guhchigwaha

Guhchigwaha

Bronze edition: 10 | Height: 15″

Among the Iroquois of N,Y. State, lacrosse was a rough and tumble sport which served a multi- faceted purpose in their society: it was in time of peace an outlet for young me to channel competitive and aggressive behavior and an important avenue for them to demonstrate courage, stamina …

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The Creator’s Game

The Creator's Game Sculpture

Dehontshihgwa-ehs

Monument | Height: 16 feet
Model | Bronze edition: 10 | Height: 35″
Study | Bronze edition: 250 | Height: 22″

The Creator’s Game is the artist’s  original model for the 16′ monumental bronze permanently installed at the U.S. Lacrosse headquarters/Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Sparks, Maryland. The monument is featured in USA Lacrosse …

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Cherokee Ballplayer I and
Cherokee Ballplayer II

Ball Players I & II

Bronze edition: 60 each | Height: 17″ each

Sold as a set or may be purchased separately

Any number of physical maneuvers that would today be considered fouls were permitted in this, the only double stick form of lacrosse which was played by the Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek and other tribes of the Southeast. Tackling, wrestling, tripping …

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A Cherokee Ball Game

Cherokee Ballgame Sculpture

Bronze edition: 25 | Length: 30″

“Lacross is deeply rooted in the mythology and oral histories of the tribes that played the game. The early Jesuits appear to have been aware that a lacrosse match was a highly ceremonialized religious expression. Success or failure was attributable more to the prowess of the religious leaders …

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