Museum & Gallery
C.M. Russel Series
From the time he was a young
man with an artistic bent, Bill Ohrmann has admired the works of Charles
M. Russell, Montana's own cowboy artist. Many years later, this respect
took tangible form in the C. M. Russell series of porcelain sculptures.
The first piece of the series
depicts Russell at his easel, working on a painting. The uniqueness
of the piece is in the easel. It is set up to accept a standard sized
postcard. Since many of Russell's paintings are available reproduced
as postcards, one can merely insert a card, and your Russell sculpture
is of him working on your favorite painting.
The other two porcelains in
the series are of Keoma, an Indian woman who was the subject of a number
of Russell's paintings. These pieces are available individually,
or as a set with the Russell sculpture together on one base, depicting
Keoma posing for Russell as he paints her pictures.
Thumbnails of the sculptures
are below. Click on the thumbnail for a larger image. Ordering
information is on the Prices and Ordering page.
All artwork presented on this web page
is protected by copyright.
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