Sherry Salari-Sander

1941 -
Origin: United States
Born: July 17, 1941

Devoted to sculpting animals and illustrating their coexistence with nature, wildlife sculptor Sherry Salari-Sander finds the majority of her inspiration at the 300-acre wildlife preserve that surrounds her Montana studio in Glacier National Park. She spends a substantial amount of time observing, sketching and photographing her subjects, which consist of bears, eagles, ducks, otters, foxes and deer, as well as numerous other animals that inhabit the surrounding area. Salari-Sander has also traveled to various locations in the United States as well as Africa, Spain, Alaska and Italy in order to expand on her vast repertoire of wildlife subjects.

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Bull Elk Bust
1982, Bronze
Sherry Salari-Sander
United States, 1941 -
The Bearded Ones
1989, Bronze
Sherry Salari-Sander
United States, 1941 -