BUTTERFIELD, D: Deborah Butterfield: Sculpture

Image. Deborah Butterfield: Sculpture Deborah Butterfield: Sculpture. Hansen Fuller Goldeen Gallery, 1981. Unmarked. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30909) $20.00

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Seven plates showcase Butterfield’s early work. Also a photo of the artist with a both live horses and a sculptured horse.

Organized by Hansen Fuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco, this exhibition traveled to 5 west coast and Intermountain Museums from 1981-1983. 24p.

Poem by William Wiley. Artist statement.

Butterfield (b. 1949) is known for her sculptures of horses made from found objects, like metal, and especially pieces of wood.

BELT, J: The Pencil Drawings of Joe Belt

The Pencil Drawings of Joe Belt. Texas Tech University Press, 1988. ISBN: 0896721817. Unmarked text. Price sticker shadow on cover. Very Good. Paperback. (#29701) $12.00

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Joe Belt (b. 1949) works with many subjects, such as wildlife, portraits, and ranch life, but is best known for his highly detailed pencil drawings of Native American subjects throughout North American. Measures 11×8.5 inches.

DIXON, M: The Thunderbird Remembered: Maynard Dixon, the Man and the Artist

Lange, Dorothea; Hamlin, Edith; Dixon, Daniel; Dixon, John. The Thunderbird Remembered: Maynard Dixon, the Man and the Artist. Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum, University of Washington Press, 1994. ISBN: 1882880013. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#29469) >/p>

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Appears to be signed by his son John Eaglefeather Dixon, Accompanied an exhibition at the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum (April 2, 1994-June 5, 1994). Illustrated in black/white throughout.

Maynard Dixon (1875-1946) was an American artist whose body of work focused on the American West. He was married for a time to American photographer Dorothea Lange (1895-1965).