Mark James now lives and maintains his studio in Lander, Wyoming on a working Cattle Ranch at the base of the Wind River mountains, bordering Indian Reservation Territory which spans 2.2 million acres and is home to 2500 Eastern Shoshone and more than 5000 Northern Arapaho Indians.

Having spent the best part of his life living and working in the high country of the Rocky Mountains, his passion for the wilderness and all it has to teach him is now expertly expressed in his art.

A Naturalist, Mark continues to spend much of each fall alone in the wilderness of Wyoming fine tuning his senses to the sights, scents, and sounds of the mountains, sharing the experience with the wildlife that lives there, while renewing his inspiration to create art that tells the story of the heritage of the American West.

Driven to create works that reach deep to touch one’s heart, soul, and mind, Mark James sculpts strong, passionate, expressive images yearning to tell their story. Conceived in clay and quintessentially birthed, his art speaks.

Mark’s sculptures and monuments may be found in private collections across this country and Europe.

Responses to "Native American Bronze Sculptures and Monuments by Mark James (10 Pictures)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    These are wonderful, full of passion and understanding of the true Native Americans. They touched my heart !

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