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“ The Huntress “ Sculpture - Limited Edition of 50

John Tatton

United States

Sculpture, Wood on Bronze

Size: 12 W x 19 H x 13 D in

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Story Line: I was photographing a whitetail buck in the southern Utah mountains and was about in perfect range for a great photo, when all of a sudden something spooked the buck, causing him to bolt in to the trees. I was sure I hadn’t made any sound that would’ve alarmed the deer, but I soon realized why. I heard dogs in the background barking, and they were in hot pursuit. I decided to sit back and view this intriguing development unfold. As the dogs got closer, I seen a man jogging behind the dogs with a rifle, chasing a mountain lion. I looked through my lens and seen that it was a neighbor of mine. He had a fetish for hunting mountain lions and would drop whatever he was doing at any time and would go in pursuit.They had the mountain lion treed and was getting in a position to finish the hunt. But the mountain lion had other ideas. She quickly escaped into another tree, and was soon long gone. This was vision the inspired the sculpture “ The Huntress “. I hope you can see a part of what I did that day in this work of art.

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Sculpture:Wood on Bronze

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:50

Size:12 W x 19 H x 13 D in

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John was born and raised in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Near Park City Utah. It was only natural that he was influenced by his surroundings. When John was young, he would slip away into the foothills to observe and watch as much wildlife as he could get close to. He was captivated by the beauty and the grace of each animal and bird displayed. It wasn’t until John was in college that he found. He had a helmet hidden talent. He found a piece of light green clay in the art department on the shelf. The professor that was teaching a class told him to take it home and try out the new medium and let her know what he thought. This opened up a new world for John, however, there was not any classes that were offered teaching Finearts sculpting. So John, in his spare time outside the classroom began his learning process. He not only learned how to sculpture with that new block of found clay, but also became proficient in the lost wax process. John not only is a sculptor, but takes each of his sculptures to the entire lost wax, casting process to the finished product. John now devotes most of his time in sculpting, and leaves the foundry work to the foundries.

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