Wyoming Arts Council

Sculptor Mike Flanagan presents "How Bronze Sculpture is Made" Feb. 18 in Sheridan

Mike Flanagan will present a lecture on “How a Bronze Sculpture is Made” on Tuesday, February 18, from 7-8 pm at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan.  This lecture  is free and open to the public.

Mike Flanagan is a sculptor and painter, who  is headquartered  at the base of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains in Dayton.  The appreciation Mike has for Wyoming wildlife is reflected not only in the subject, but in the anatomically accuracy of the wild sheep bison, bear, elk, deer eagle, blue heron, gray jay hawk and many other animals he has sculpted

Mike produced a sculpture of Wyoming Rancher Herman Werner for the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. He was also commissioned to do a Ninth British Lancer on horseback for the Historic  IXL Ranch near Dayton, Wyoming and four life-size North American Wild Sheep for the North American Sheep Foundation in Cody.

Monumental sculptures continue to accent area ranches from the famed Historic Polo Ranch and entrance to the Powder Horn Golf community to the backyards of local residences.

The Sagebrush community Art Center is located at 201 E. Fifth Street.  For more information call 307-674-1970.

Photo on home page: “Thunder of the Plains,” Life- size: 6-by-9 feet, Edition 10

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