Chiricahua is a union of many parts. The patina and shapes are a reflection
of the rock formations of the Chiricahua National Monument. Yet, the flaring
shapes also suggest an Indian headdress. The total is a striding figure with a great
head wedged between formations.
Spatial, yet massive with the trees and plants anchored into the crevices, the
walking figure is a metaphor of the great Western landscape in human and geologic
Size: 14’ high
Status: Artist’s private collection - Wick Mule Mountain property