Jedediah Smith

Relief Metal Sculpture of Jedediah Smith. Fish Lake National forest and Fremont Indian Museum colaborated to commision this piece for their monument. It is all natural metal coloring, and includes brass, bronze, copper, stainless steel and mild steel. The monument is about 60 inches tall and the sculpture is 33 inches tall. You can see it off I-70 near Richfield UT at the Fremont exhibit--- (which is quite a spectacular preserve of petroglyphs and a neat museum.) — with Jacob Dean, Metal Sculptor at Freemont Indian State Park, Utah. The sculpture is inspired by Harvey T. Dunn's Painting "Jedediah Smith in the Bad Lands"

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