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            • Star Liana York - Distant Thunder, 21/30
              Feb. 02, 2024

              Star Liana York - Distant Thunder, 21/30

              Est: $5,000 - $7,000

              Star Liana York - Distant Thunder, 21/30.

              Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction
            • Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)
              Dec. 07, 2023

              Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)

              Est: $1,800 - $2,500

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952). "Branding Fire" bronze, 1986. Edition 30 of 30. Signed, dated and numbered below the saddle iron. A bronze sculpture by Star Liana York, "Branding Fire" depicts a stockman attempting to start a fire in the face of inclement weather - notice the raindrop that is about to fall from the brim of his hat as well as how the man uses his coat to protect the fire. Interestingly, York has presented a quiet moment in the life of a cowboy rather than a dramatic, action-packed one. He is simply performing a routine task while navigating adverse conditions. All is delineated with York's impressive artistry and technique. She used rich, dark patinas for most of the piece, but rendered the man's coat in contrasting golden hues as well as a glimmer of fire in vermilion hues. Even more impressive is York's attention to the little details: that raindrop falling from the cowboys' hat, how he places his hands in his pockets to draw his coat around the fire, and his serious facial expression. Note also how the details contribute to the authenticity of her interpretations of Western life. For example, the small size of the branding iron resting on a pile of rocks indicates that it is a saddle iron, which is much lighter and more portable than branding irons used back at the corral. Then there is the glimpse of terrain she offers - a stack of kindling over the subtle red glow of the fire flanked by a pile of branches in reserve and the saddle iron resting on a pile of rocks, poised future use - as well as the cowboy's clothing, the folds and creases of his neckerchief, the buttons and pockets of his shirt, his belt buckle, spurs, boots, we can go on and on. A magnificent sculpture that demonstrates Star's connection to the West as well as her sensitivity to human nature, mounted on a custom marble and wood stand that rotates so that one can appreciate the sculpture from any angle. Size: 14.75" H (37.5 cm); 17.375" H (44.1 cm) on stand. We are delighted to present this piece, as Star York's sculptures rarely come up for auction. What makes Star's bronze's so magical is that she truly capture's her subject's individuality, inner life, and expression. In his article, "Star Liana York No Cliches Here", Michael Stinson beautifully honed in on this: "Rolled into all this was a growing feeling that power, strength, emotional connection, and a sense of movement under the surface … were elements as important as line, composition, form, and color, and deserved a place in her art….She does not use models, believing that the personality of the model may impose itself on the work. Rather, she wants the personality to emerge from the work. Evoking that unique sense of character that is true to each individual is what she feels grants her bronze figures life, and character is an inner quality that has little to do with simply looking the part." (Art of the West, May/June 1989) Artist's Statement: "The 'West' has always held a strong allure for me, even as a child. My imagination was spurred by watching western films that were popular when I was growing up. My father, having been born in the same small town as Frederic Remington, introduced me, early on, to Remington bronzes. The richness of the colorful landscape, history and peoples struck me as exotic and dramatic. These elements inspired a lifelong passion that has not diminished in the decades since I moved to the region and made it my home. From attending Navajo ceremonies that went on until dawn, to trailing after cattle for days to help a neighbor rancher, competing and working at rodeos, much of my artistic expression comes from the discoveries I have experienced here, and has greatly influenced my art. It remains for me a place of mystery, magic and wonder." (Source: Star York Studio) Artist Biography: "Star Liana York tells the story of her own discoveries through her art. While her career as a professional sculptor began over twenty years ago, much of the recognition she has achieved comes from a body of work created after moving to the Southwest in 1985. It reflects her introduction to the native peoples of the area such as Navajo, Apache, Hopi, and Pueblo, as well as the wildlife and unique rock art. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, her work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Star York's interest in people, animals and the environment is global, although the source of inspiration for a significant part of her work continues to come from Native American cultures. Another portion of her inspiration comes from raising and training quarter horses which is manifested in her series of sculptures depicting horses. Their portrayal in her hands is spirited, articulate, and lyrical; evidence of the empathy she feels toward her subjects. Each sculpture is a part of a narrative. Beneath the storytelling surface are figures animated by individuality and personality, derived in part from Star's remarkable talent for expressing the thought of her subject. This sensitivity in representation combined with her attention to detail contribute to an underlying message of oneness with the natural world which is in much of her work. From the balance and quiet strength reflected in a subtle gesture or expression to the metaphor extended in time and space, Star is able to give even her stationary figures a palpable sense of place. By engaging this full range of sensibilities, the viewer in turn receives a more satisfying aesthetic experience. While she has found the Western idiom to be versatile, powerful and true for many of her feelings and ideas, Star York's willingness to experiment with tradition and her need to continue territorial investigations sometimes compels her to step outside the genre that has brought her success. By choosing to follow unfamiliar paths in a personal search for meaning, she secures the integrity of her artistic career." (Star York website) Provenance: private Boulder, Colorado, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #177423

              Artemis Gallery
            • Star Liana York, Mare of the Renaissance
              Nov. 11, 2023

              Star Liana York, Mare of the Renaissance

              Est: $2,000 - $4,000

              Star Liana York (b. 1952) Mare of the Renaissance bronze, edition 11 of 35 inscribed: S.L. York 11/35

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Rose in Bloom
              Nov. 01, 2023

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Rose in Bloom

              Est: $2,000 - $3,000

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Rose in Bloom bronze signed SL York (base) height 20 1/2 x width 18 x depth 18 inches Property from the Collection of Robert P. Hunter, Jr. and Barbara Hunter, Alpharetta, Georgia

              Hindman
            • Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)
              Oct. 12, 2023

              Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)

              Est: $2,000 - $4,000

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952). "Branding Fire" bronze, 1986. Edition 30 of 30. Signed, dated and numbered below the saddle iron. A bronze sculpture by Star Liana York, "Branding Fire" depicts a stockman attempting to start a fire in the face of inclement weather - notice the raindrop that is about to fall from the brim of his hat as well as how the man uses his coat to protect the fire. Interestingly, York has presented a quiet moment in the life of a cowboy rather than a dramatic, action-packed one. He is simply performing a routine task while navigating adverse conditions. All is delineated with York's impressive artistry and technique. She used rich, dark patinas for most of the piece, but rendered the man's coat in contrasting golden hues as well as a glimmer of fire in vermilion hues. Even more impressive is York's attention to the little details: that raindrop falling from the cowboys' hat, how he places his hands in his pockets to draw his coat around the fire, and his serious facial expression. Note also how the details contribute to the authenticity of her interpretations of Western life. For example, the small size of the branding iron resting on a pile of rocks indicates that it is a saddle iron, which is much lighter and more portable than branding irons used back at the corral. Then there is the glimpse of terrain she offers - a stack of kindling over the subtle red glow of the fire flanked by a pile of branches in reserve and the saddle iron resting on a pile of rocks, poised future use - as well as the cowboy's clothing, the folds and creases of his neckerchief, the buttons and pockets of his shirt, his belt buckle, spurs, boots, we can go on and on. A magnificent sculpture that demonstrates Star's connection to the West as well as her sensitivity to human nature, mounted on a custom marble and wood stand that rotates so that one can appreciate the sculpture from any angle. Size: 14.75" H (37.5 cm); 17.375" H (44.1 cm) on stand. We are delighted to present this piece, as Star York's sculptures rarely come up for auction. What makes Star's bronze's so magical is that she truly capture's her subject's individuality, inner life, and expression. In his article, "Star Liana York No Cliches Here", Michael Stinson beautifully honed in on this: "Rolled into all this was a growing feeling that power, strength, emotional connection, and a sense of movement under the surface … were elements as important as line, composition, form, and color, and deserved a place in her art….She does not use models, believing that the personality of the model may impose itself on the work. Rather, she wants the personality to emerge from the work. Evoking that unique sense of character that is true to each individual is what she feels grants her bronze figures life, and character is an inner quality that has little to do with simply looking the part." (Art of the West, May/June 1989) Artist's Statement: "The 'West' has always held a strong allure for me, even as a child. My imagination was spurred by watching western films that were popular when I was growing up. My father, having been born in the same small town as Frederic Remington, introduced me, early on, to Remington bronzes. The richness of the colorful landscape, history and peoples struck me as exotic and dramatic. These elements inspired a lifelong passion that has not diminished in the decades since I moved to the region and made it my home. From attending Navajo ceremonies that went on until dawn, to trailing after cattle for days to help a neighbor rancher, competing and working at rodeos, much of my artistic expression comes from the discoveries I have experienced here, and has greatly influenced my art. It remains for me a place of mystery, magic and wonder." (Source: Star York Studio) Artist Biography: "Star Liana York tells the story of her own discoveries through her art. While her career as a professional sculptor began over twenty years ago, much of the recognition she has achieved comes from a body of work created after moving to the Southwest in 1985. It reflects her introduction to the native peoples of the area such as Navajo, Apache, Hopi, and Pueblo, as well as the wildlife and unique rock art. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, her work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Star York's interest in people, animals and the environment is global, although the source of inspiration for a significant part of her work continues to come from Native American cultures. Another portion of her inspiration comes from raising and training quarter horses which is manifested in her series of sculptures depicting horses. Their portrayal in her hands is spirited, articulate, and lyrical; evidence of the empathy she feels toward her subjects. Each sculpture is a part of a narrative. Beneath the storytelling surface are figures animated by individuality and personality, derived in part from Star's remarkable talent for expressing the thought of her subject. This sensitivity in representation combined with her attention to detail contribute to an underlying message of oneness with the natural world which is in much of her work. From the balance and quiet strength reflected in a subtle gesture or expression to the metaphor extended in time and space, Star is able to give even her stationary figures a palpable sense of place. By engaging this full range of sensibilities, the viewer in turn receives a more satisfying aesthetic experience. While she has found the Western idiom to be versatile, powerful and true for many of her feelings and ideas, Star York's willingness to experiment with tradition and her need to continue territorial investigations sometimes compels her to step outside the genre that has brought her success. By choosing to follow unfamiliar paths in a personal search for meaning, she secures the integrity of her artistic career." (Star York website) Provenance: private Boulder, Colorado, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #177423

              Artemis Gallery
            • Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)
              Sep. 08, 2023

              Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)

              Est: $2,500 - $5,000

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952). "Branding Fire" bronze, 1986. Edition 30 of 30. Signed, dated and numbered below the saddle iron. A bronze sculpture by Star Liana York, "Branding Fire" depicts a stockman attempting to start a fire in the face of inclement weather - notice the raindrop that is about to fall from the brim of his hat as well as how the man uses his coat to protect the fire. Interestingly, York has presented a quiet moment in the life of a cowboy rather than a dramatic, action-packed one. He is simply performing a routine task while navigating adverse conditions. All is delineated with York's impressive artistry and technique. She used rich, dark patinas for most of the piece, but rendered the man's coat in contrasting golden hues as well as a glimmer of fire in vermilion hues. Even more impressive is York's attention to the little details: that raindrop falling from the cowboys' hat, how he places his hands in his pockets to draw his coat around the fire, and his serious facial expression. Note also how the details contribute to the authenticity of her interpretations of Western life. For example, the small size of the branding iron resting on a pile of rocks indicates that it is a saddle iron, which is much lighter and more portable than branding irons used back at the corral. Then there is the glimpse of terrain she offers - a stack of kindling over the subtle red glow of the fire flanked by a pile of branches in reserve and the saddle iron resting on a pile of rocks, poised future use - as well as the cowboy's clothing, the folds and creases of his neckerchief, the buttons and pockets of his shirt, his belt buckle, spurs, boots, we can go on and on. A magnificent sculpture that demonstrates Star's connection to the West as well as her sensitivity to human nature, mounted on a custom marble and wood stand that rotates so that one can appreciate the sculpture from any angle. Size: 14.75" H (37.5 cm); 17.375" H (44.1 cm) on stand. We are delighted to present this piece, as Star York's sculptures rarely come up for auction. What makes Star's bronze's so magical is that she truly capture's her subject's individuality, inner life, and expression. In his article, "Star Liana York No Cliches Here", Michael Stinson beautifully honed in on this: "Rolled into all this was a growing feeling that power, strength, emotional connection, and a sense of movement under the surface … were elements as important as line, composition, form, and color, and deserved a place in her art….She does not use models, believing that the personality of the model may impose itself on the work. Rather, she wants the personality to emerge from the work. Evoking that unique sense of character that is true to each individual is what she feels grants her bronze figures life, and character is an inner quality that has little to do with simply looking the part." (Art of the West, May/June 1989) Artist's Statement: "The 'West' has always held a strong allure for me, even as a child. My imagination was spurred by watching western films that were popular when I was growing up. My father, having been born in the same small town as Frederic Remington, introduced me, early on, to Remington bronzes. The richness of the colorful landscape, history and peoples struck me as exotic and dramatic. These elements inspired a lifelong passion that has not diminished in the decades since I moved to the region and made it my home. From attending Navajo ceremonies that went on until dawn, to trailing after cattle for days to help a neighbor rancher, competing and working at rodeos, much of my artistic expression comes from the discoveries I have experienced here, and has greatly influenced my art. It remains for me a place of mystery, magic and wonder." (Source: Star York Studio) Artist Biography: "Star Liana York tells the story of her own discoveries through her art. While her career as a professional sculptor began over twenty years ago, much of the recognition she has achieved comes from a body of work created after moving to the Southwest in 1985. It reflects her introduction to the native peoples of the area such as Navajo, Apache, Hopi, and Pueblo, as well as the wildlife and unique rock art. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, her work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Star York's interest in people, animals and the environment is global, although the source of inspiration for a significant part of her work continues to come from Native American cultures. Another portion of her inspiration comes from raising and training quarter horses which is manifested in her series of sculptures depicting horses. Their portrayal in her hands is spirited, articulate, and lyrical; evidence of the empathy she feels toward her subjects. Each sculpture is a part of a narrative. Beneath the storytelling surface are figures animated by individuality and personality, derived in part from Star's remarkable talent for expressing the thought of her subject. This sensitivity in representation combined with her attention to detail contribute to an underlying message of oneness with the natural world which is in much of her work. From the balance and quiet strength reflected in a subtle gesture or expression to the metaphor extended in time and space, Star is able to give even her stationary figures a palpable sense of place. By engaging this full range of sensibilities, the viewer in turn receives a more satisfying aesthetic experience. While she has found the Western idiom to be versatile, powerful and true for many of her feelings and ideas, Star York's willingness to experiment with tradition and her need to continue territorial investigations sometimes compels her to step outside the genre that has brought her success. By choosing to follow unfamiliar paths in a personal search for meaning, she secures the integrity of her artistic career." (Star York website) Provenance: private Boulder, Colorado, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #177423

              Artemis Gallery
            • S. L. YORK BRONZE HORSE, ANCIENT IMPRESSION SERIES
              Aug. 26, 2023

              S. L. YORK BRONZE HORSE, ANCIENT IMPRESSION SERIES

              Est: $400 - $600

              Star Liana York (American b. 1952), patinated bronze horse caught in the action of rolling to its feet, from the Ancient Impressions series, based on prehistoric cave paintings, marked on back near the tail, S. L. York, numbered, 7/50, having an impressed crown mark. Approximate measurements: h. 9", w. 13. 25", d. 11".

              Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
            • Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)
              Jun. 22, 2023

              Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)

              Est: $3,000 - $4,500

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952). "Branding Fire" bronze, 1986. Edition 30 of 30. Signed, dated and numbered below the saddle iron. A bronze sculpture by Star Liana York, "Branding Fire" depicts a stockman attempting to start a fire in the face of inclement weather - notice the raindrop that is about to fall from the brim of his hat as well as how the man uses his coat to protect the fire. Interestingly, York has presented a quiet moment in the life of a cowboy rather than a dramatic, action-packed one. He is simply performing a routine task while navigating adverse conditions. All is delineated with York's impressive artistry and technique. She used rich, dark patinas for most of the piece, but rendered the man's coat in contrasting golden hues as well as a glimmer of fire in vermilion hues. Even more impressive is York's attention to the little details: that raindrop falling from the cowboys' hat, how he places his hands in his pockets to draw his coat around the fire, and his serious facial expression. Note also how the details contribute to the authenticity of her interpretations of Western life. For example, the small size of the branding iron resting on a pile of rocks indicates that it is a saddle iron, which is much lighter and more portable than branding irons used back at the corral. Then there is the glimpse of terrain she offers - a stack of kindling over the subtle red glow of the fire flanked by a pile of branches in reserve and the saddle iron resting on a pile of rocks, poised future use - as well as the cowboy's clothing, the folds and creases of his neckerchief, the buttons and pockets of his shirt, his belt buckle, spurs, boots, we can go on and on. A magnificent sculpture that demonstrates Star's connection to the West as well as her sensitivity to human nature, mounted on a custom marble and wood stand that rotates so that one can appreciate the sculpture from any angle. Size: 14.75" H (37.5 cm); 17.375" H (44.1 cm) on stand. We are delighted to present this piece, as Star York's sculptures rarely come up for auction. What makes Star's bronze's so magical is that she truly capture's her subject's individuality, inner life, and expression. In his article, "Star Liana York No Cliches Here", Michael Stinson beautifully honed in on this: "Rolled into all this was a growing feeling that power, strength, emotional connection, and a sense of movement under the surface … were elements as important as line, composition, form, and color, and deserved a place in her art….She does not use models, believing that the personality of the model may impose itself on the work. Rather, she wants the personality to emerge from the work. Evoking that unique sense of character that is true to each individual is what she feels grants her bronze figures life, and character is an inner quality that has little to do with simply looking the part." (Art of the West, May/June 1989) Artist's Statement: "The 'West' has always held a strong allure for me, even as a child. My imagination was spurred by watching western films that were popular when I was growing up. My father, having been born in the same small town as Frederic Remington, introduced me, early on, to Remington bronzes. The richness of the colorful landscape, history and peoples struck me as exotic and dramatic. These elements inspired a lifelong passion that has not diminished in the decades since I moved to the region and made it my home. From attending Navajo ceremonies that went on until dawn, to trailing after cattle for days to help a neighbor rancher, competing and working at rodeos, much of my artistic expression comes from the discoveries I have experienced here, and has greatly influenced my art. It remains for me a place of mystery, magic and wonder." (Source: Star York Studio) Artist Biography: "Star Liana York tells the story of her own discoveries through her art. While her career as a professional sculptor began over twenty years ago, much of the recognition she has achieved comes from a body of work created after moving to the Southwest in 1985. It reflects her introduction to the native peoples of the area such as Navajo, Apache, Hopi, and Pueblo, as well as the wildlife and unique rock art. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, her work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Star York's interest in people, animals and the environment is global, although the source of inspiration for a significant part of her work continues to come from Native American cultures. Another portion of her inspiration comes from raising and training quarter horses which is manifested in her series of sculptures depicting horses. Their portrayal in her hands is spirited, articulate, and lyrical; evidence of the empathy she feels toward her subjects. Each sculpture is a part of a narrative. Beneath the storytelling surface are figures animated by individuality and personality, derived in part from Star's remarkable talent for expressing the thought of her subject. This sensitivity in representation combined with her attention to detail contribute to an underlying message of oneness with the natural world which is in much of her work. From the balance and quiet strength reflected in a subtle gesture or expression to the metaphor extended in time and space, Star is able to give even her stationary figures a palpable sense of place. By engaging this full range of sensibilities, the viewer in turn receives a more satisfying aesthetic experience. While she has found the Western idiom to be versatile, powerful and true for many of her feelings and ideas, Star York's willingness to experiment with tradition and her need to continue territorial investigations sometimes compels her to step outside the genre that has brought her success. By choosing to follow unfamiliar paths in a personal search for meaning, she secures the integrity of her artistic career." (Star York website) Provenance: private Boulder, Colorado, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #177423

              Artemis Gallery
            • Star Liana York, Numero Uno
              May. 18, 2023

              Star Liana York, Numero Uno

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Star Liana York (b. 1952) Numero Uno polychrome bronze, edition 1 of 35 inscribed: SL York 1/35

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Star Liana York, Paws a Plenty
              May. 18, 2023

              Star Liana York, Paws a Plenty

              Est: $4,000 - $6,000

              Star Liana York (b. 1952) Paws a Plenty bronze, edition 1 of 35 inscribed: SL York 1/35

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Star Liana York, Storyteller a Time Before Talking Leaves
              May. 18, 2023

              Star Liana York, Storyteller a Time Before Talking Leaves

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Star Liana York (b. 1952) Storyteller a Time Before Talking Leaves polychrome brozne, edition 5 of 35 inscribed: S.L.York / 5/35

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Star Liana York, Rose in Bloom
              May. 18, 2023

              Star Liana York, Rose in Bloom

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Star Liana York (b. 1952) Rose in Bloom bronze, edition 15 of 35 inscribed: S L York / 15/35 [artist's cipher]

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • STAR LIANA YORK "KOSHARE" BRONZE SCULPTURE
              Apr. 30, 2023

              STAR LIANA YORK "KOSHARE" BRONZE SCULPTURE

              Est: -

              Star Liana York (Born 1952) "Koshare" Bronze Sculpture. Star Liana York is one of the most prominent female sculptors of the Southwest. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, York's work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Artist: Star Liana York Title: "Koshare" Medium: Bronze Sculpture Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: Right side Edition: 1/35 Approx. Net Weight: 55 lbs. Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1833

              Bradford's
            • STAR LIANA YORK "HUNT ON THE HUNGRY MOON" BRONZE SCULPTURE
              Apr. 30, 2023

              STAR LIANA YORK "HUNT ON THE HUNGRY MOON" BRONZE SCULPTURE

              Est: -

              Star Liana York (Born 1952) "Hunt on the Hungry Moon" Bronze Sculpture. Star Liana York is one of the most prominent female sculptors of the Southwest. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, York's work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Artist: Star Liana York Title: "Hunt on the Hungry Moon" Medium: Bronze Sculpture Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: base Edition: 4/35 Approx. Net Weight: 18 lbs. Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1822

              Bradford's
            • Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)
              Apr. 27, 2023

              Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)

              Est: $4,000 - $6,000

              **Originally Listed At $2500** Star Liana York (American, b. 1952). "Branding Fire" bronze, 1986. Edition 30 of 30. Signed, dated and numbered below the saddle iron. A bronze sculpture by Star Liana York, "Branding Fire" depicts a stockman attempting to start a fire in the face of inclement weather - notice the raindrop that is about to fall from the brim of his hat as well as how the man uses his coat to protect the fire. Interestingly, York has presented a quiet moment in the life of a cowboy rather than a dramatic, action-packed one. He is simply performing a routine task while navigating adverse conditions. All is delineated with York's impressive artistry and technique. She used rich, dark patinas for most of the piece, but rendered the man's coat in contrasting golden hues as well as a glimmer of fire in vermilion hues. Even more impressive is York's attention to the little details: that raindrop falling from the cowboys' hat, how he places his hands in his pockets to draw his coat around the fire, and his serious facial expression. Note also how the details contribute to the authenticity of her interpretations of Western life. For example, the small size of the branding iron resting on a pile of rocks indicates that it is a saddle iron, which is much lighter and more portable than branding irons used back at the corral. Then there is the glimpse of terrain she offers - a stack of kindling over the subtle red glow of the fire flanked by a pile of branches in reserve and the saddle iron resting on a pile of rocks, poised future use - as well as the cowboy's clothing, the folds and creases of his neckerchief, the buttons and pockets of his shirt, his belt buckle, spurs, boots, we can go on and on. A magnificent sculpture that demonstrates Star's connection to the West as well as her sensitivity to human nature, mounted on a custom marble and wood stand that rotates so that one can appreciate the sculpture from any angle. Size: 14.75" H (37.5 cm); 17.375" H (44.1 cm) on stand. We are delighted to present this piece, as Star York's sculptures rarely come up for auction. What makes Star's bronze's so magical is that she truly capture's her subject's individuality, inner life, and expression. In his article, "Star Liana York No Cliches Here", Michael Stinson beautifully honed in on this: "Rolled into all this was a growing feeling that power, strength, emotional connection, and a sense of movement under the surface … were elements as important as line, composition, form, and color, and deserved a place in her art….She does not use models, believing that the personality of the model may impose itself on the work. Rather, she wants the personality to emerge from the work. Evoking that unique sense of character that is true to each individual is what she feels grants her bronze figures life, and character is an inner quality that has little to do with simply looking the part." (Art of the West, May/June 1989) Artist's Statement: "The 'West' has always held a strong allure for me, even as a child. My imagination was spurred by watching western films that were popular when I was growing up. My father, having been born in the same small town as Frederic Remington, introduced me, early on, to Remington bronzes. The richness of the colorful landscape, history and peoples struck me as exotic and dramatic. These elements inspired a lifelong passion that has not diminished in the decades since I moved to the region and made it my home. From attending Navajo ceremonies that went on until dawn, to trailing after cattle for days to help a neighbor rancher, competing and working at rodeos, much of my artistic expression comes from the discoveries I have experienced here, and has greatly influenced my art. It remains for me a place of mystery, magic and wonder." (Source: Star York Studio) Artist Biography: "Star Liana York tells the story of her own discoveries through her art. While her career as a professional sculptor began over twenty years ago, much of the recognition she has achieved comes from a body of work created after moving to the Southwest in 1985. It reflects her introduction to the native peoples of the area such as Navajo, Apache, Hopi, and Pueblo, as well as the wildlife and unique rock art. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, her work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Star York's interest in people, animals and the environment is global, although the source of inspiration for a significant part of her work continues to come from Native American cultures. Another portion of her inspiration comes from raising and training quarter horses which is manifested in her series of sculptures depicting horses. Their portrayal in her hands is spirited, articulate, and lyrical; evidence of the empathy she feels toward her subjects. Each sculpture is a part of a narrative. Beneath the storytelling surface are figures animated by individuality and personality, derived in part from Star's remarkable talent for expressing the thought of her subject. This sensitivity in representation combined with her attention to detail contribute to an underlying message of oneness with the natural world which is in much of her work. From the balance and quiet strength reflected in a subtle gesture or expression to the metaphor extended in time and space, Star is able to give even her stationary figures a palpable sense of place. By engaging this full range of sensibilities, the viewer in turn receives a more satisfying aesthetic experience. While she has found the Western idiom to be versatile, powerful and true for many of her feelings and ideas, Star York's willingness to experiment with tradition and her need to continue territorial investigations sometimes compels her to step outside the genre that has brought her success. By choosing to follow unfamiliar paths in a personal search for meaning, she secures the integrity of her artistic career." (Star York website) Provenance: private Boulder, Colorado, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #177423

              Artemis Gallery
            • Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)
              Mar. 09, 2023

              Star Liana York Bronze - "Branding Fire" (1986)

              Est: $5,000 - $7,500

              **First Time At Auction** Star Liana York (American, b. 1952). "Branding Fire" bronze, 1986. Edition 30 of 30. Signed, dated and numbered below the saddle iron. A bronze sculpture by Star Liana York, "Branding Fire" depicts a stockman attempting to start a fire in the face of inclement weather - notice the raindrop that is about to fall from the brim of his hat as well as how the man uses his coat to protect the fire. Interestingly, York has presented a quiet moment in the life of a cowboy rather than a dramatic, action-packed one. He is simply performing a routine task while navigating adverse conditions. All is delineated with York's impressive artistry and technique. She used rich, dark patinas for most of the piece, but rendered the man's coat in contrasting golden hues as well as a glimmer of fire in vermilion hues. Even more impressive is York's attention to the little details: that raindrop falling from the cowboys' hat, how he places his hands in his pockets to draw his coat around the fire, and his serious facial expression. Note also how the details contribute to the authenticity of her interpretations of Western life. For example, the small size of the branding iron resting on a pile of rocks indicates that it is a saddle iron, which is much lighter and more portable than branding irons used back at the corral. Then there is the glimpse of terrain she offers - a stack of kindling over the subtle red glow of the fire flanked by a pile of branches in reserve and the saddle iron resting on a pile of rocks, poised future use - as well as the cowboy's clothing, the folds and creases of his neckerchief, the buttons and pockets of his shirt, his belt buckle, spurs, boots, we can go on and on. A magnificent sculpture that demonstrates Star's connection to the West as well as her sensitivity to human nature, mounted on a custom marble and wood stand that rotates so that one can appreciate the sculpture from any angle. Size: 14.75" H (37.5 cm); 17.375" H (44.1 cm) on stand. We are delighted to present this piece, as Star York's sculptures rarely come up for auction. What makes Star's bronze's so magical is that she truly capture's her subject's individuality, inner life, and expression. In his article, "Star Liana York No Cliches Here", Michael Stinson beautifully honed in on this: "Rolled into all this was a growing feeling that power, strength, emotional connection, and a sense of movement under the surface … were elements as important as line, composition, form, and color, and deserved a place in her art….She does not use models, believing that the personality of the model may impose itself on the work. Rather, she wants the personality to emerge from the work. Evoking that unique sense of character that is true to each individual is what she feels grants her bronze figures life, and character is an inner quality that has little to do with simply looking the part." (Art of the West, May/June 1989) Artist's Statement: "The 'West' has always held a strong allure for me, even as a child. My imagination was spurred by watching western films that were popular when I was growing up. My father, having been born in the same small town as Frederic Remington, introduced me, early on, to Remington bronzes. The richness of the colorful landscape, history and peoples struck me as exotic and dramatic. These elements inspired a lifelong passion that has not diminished in the decades since I moved to the region and made it my home. From attending Navajo ceremonies that went on until dawn, to trailing after cattle for days to help a neighbor rancher, competing and working at rodeos, much of my artistic expression comes from the discoveries I have experienced here, and has greatly influenced my art. It remains for me a place of mystery, magic and wonder." (Source: Star York Studio) Artist Biography: "Star Liana York tells the story of her own discoveries through her art. While her career as a professional sculptor began over twenty years ago, much of the recognition she has achieved comes from a body of work created after moving to the Southwest in 1985. It reflects her introduction to the native peoples of the area such as Navajo, Apache, Hopi, and Pueblo, as well as the wildlife and unique rock art. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, her work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Star York's interest in people, animals and the environment is global, although the source of inspiration for a significant part of her work continues to come from Native American cultures. Another portion of her inspiration comes from raising and training quarter horses which is manifested in her series of sculptures depicting horses. Their portrayal in her hands is spirited, articulate, and lyrical; evidence of the empathy she feels toward her subjects. Each sculpture is a part of a narrative. Beneath the storytelling surface are figures animated by individuality and personality, derived in part from Star's remarkable talent for expressing the thought of her subject. This sensitivity in representation combined with her attention to detail contribute to an underlying message of oneness with the natural world which is in much of her work. From the balance and quiet strength reflected in a subtle gesture or expression to the metaphor extended in time and space, Star is able to give even her stationary figures a palpable sense of place. By engaging this full range of sensibilities, the viewer in turn receives a more satisfying aesthetic experience. While she has found the Western idiom to be versatile, powerful and true for many of her feelings and ideas, Star York's willingness to experiment with tradition and her need to continue territorial investigations sometimes compels her to step outside the genre that has brought her success. By choosing to follow unfamiliar paths in a personal search for meaning, she secures the integrity of her artistic career." (Star York website) Provenance: private Boulder, Colorado, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #177423

              Artemis Gallery
            • STAR LIANA YORK (B.1952) NATIVE AMERICAN BRONZE
              Feb. 25, 2023

              STAR LIANA YORK (B.1952) NATIVE AMERICAN BRONZE

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Large polychrome patinated bronze sculpture, "Virgin Spring", Star Liana York (American, active in New Mexico, b.1952), depicting a Native American woman in a blanket with beaded necklace, standing over faux rock ground, on a rotating base, approx 29.5"h, 18"diam, 70lbs **Note: Star York moved to the Southwest in 1985, which proved to be a source of inspiration for her bronzes of Native Americans.** Start Price: $1,500.00

              Austin Auction Gallery
            • STAR LIANA YORK (B.1952) NATIVE AMERICAN BRONZE
              Feb. 25, 2023

              STAR LIANA YORK (B.1952) NATIVE AMERICAN BRONZE

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Polychrome bronze sculpture, "Distant Thunder," signed in cast S.L. York (Star Liana York, New Mexico, b.1952), numbered 10/ 31, on integral rotating marble and wood base, approx 32"h, 17"w, 17"d, 100lbs Start Price: $1,500.00

              Austin Auction Gallery
            • Star York (1952-), Bucking Horse and Rearing Horse (sold as a pair)
              Feb. 18, 2023

              Star York (1952-), Bucking Horse and Rearing Horse (sold as a pair)

              Est: $1,500 - $2,500

              Star York (1952-) Bucking Horse and Rearing Horse (sold as a pair) Bucking Horse bronze, 7/50 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches inscribed: St York 7/50 Rearing Horse bronze, 7/50 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches inscribed: St York 7/50

              Jackson Hole Art Auction
            • Star Liana York, Painted Bronze Coyote
              Sep. 07, 2022

              Star Liana York, Painted Bronze Coyote

              Est: $4,000 - $6,000

              (American, b. 1952) signed and numbered 30/35 on tail 17-1/2"h x 32"w

              Nye & Company
            • Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Spring , edition 3/35
              May. 19, 2022

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Spring , edition 3/35

              Est: $1,500 - $2,500

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Spring , edition 3/35 bronze signed S.L. York and numbered (base) height 26 x width 16 x depth 16 inches Property from the Collection of Robert P. Hunter, Jr. and Barbara Hunter, Alpharetta, Georgia

              Hindman
            • STAR LIANA YORK "PRAIRIE ROSE BUST" BRONZE SCULPTURE
              Apr. 03, 2022

              STAR LIANA YORK "PRAIRIE ROSE BUST" BRONZE SCULPTURE

              Est: -

              Star Liana York (Born 1952) "Prairie Rose Bust" Bronze Sculpture. Includes certificate of authenticity from the artist. Star Liana York is one of the most prominent female sculptors of the Southwest. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, York's work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism. Artist: Star Liana York Title: "Prairie Rose Bust" Medium: Bronze Circa/Year: 1987 Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: on base Edition: 12/35 Approx. Net Weight: 23 lbs. Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art, Bronze, Carved, Carving, Sculpture, Statue, ArtSculpture; Ref: BD1283

              Bradford's
            • Star Liana York (American, B.1952) Patinated Bronzes
              Mar. 27, 2022

              Star Liana York (American, B.1952) Patinated Bronzes

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Star Liana York (American, B.1952) 2 Patinated Bronzes: Mare and Foal. Edition: 25/35 (Mare. Provenance: Medicine Man Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. Size: 1) 10'' x 14'' x 4'' (25 x 36 x 10 cm); 2) 4'' x 6'' x 4'' (10 x 15 x 10 cm). Property from the Jim and Kit Horne Collection.

              Material Culture
            • Star Liana York, In Full Bloom, 1999
              Nov. 06, 2021

              Star Liana York, In Full Bloom, 1999

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Star Liana York (b. 1952) In Full Bloom, 1999 polychrome bronze, edition 20 of 35 inscribed near base: SL York 20/35

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Star Liana York Healing Circle
              Oct. 23, 2021

              Star Liana York Healing Circle

              Est: $1,000 - $3,000

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Healing Circle Bronze on wood base ed. 6 of 45 Engraved S.L. York, back of left leg Titled on plaque. Dimensions include rotating base.

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Star Liana York, Bronze Wall Sculpture
              Sep. 26, 2021

              Star Liana York, Bronze Wall Sculpture

              Est: $600 - $800

              (Am., 20th century), likely from "The Ancestral Series", initialed on right back leg "SLY 3/35". 7" high, 10 1/2" wide. We offer in-house packing and shipping of this item to an address in the United States for$45.00 via USPS Priority Mail. The price includes insurance up to $5,000.00. Tracking information will be sent to your email address. International buyers are responsible for arranging 3rd party shipping.

              Schwenke Auctioneers
            • STAR LIANA YORK (B. 1952) NATIVE AMERICAN BRONZE
              Sep. 14, 2021

              STAR LIANA YORK (B. 1952) NATIVE AMERICAN BRONZE

              Est: $1,500 - $2,500

              Bronze sculpture of a Native American woman, signed on back near base. Sculpture is mounted on a swiveling wood base, with brass plaque listing artist's name and title "Minni Manygoats". Artist-signed Sculpture Certification gives edition 14/30 and date November, 1992. Dimensions: (Including base) H 26" x Dia. 12" Condition: Natural patina to bronze with some rubbing to face, a few small scratches and scuffs to wood base.

              Westport Auction
            • Star Liana York (American/New Mexico, b. 1952), Seated Native American woman with perched owl, polychromed and patinated bronze, height of bronze 19in (48.5cm); width 16 1/2in (42cm); depth 10 1/2in (26.5cm)
              Sep. 08, 2021

              Star Liana York (American/New Mexico, b. 1952), Seated Native American woman with perched owl, polychromed and patinated bronze, height of bronze 19in (48.5cm); width 16 1/2in (42cm); depth 10 1/2in (26.5cm)

              Est: $600 - $800

              Star Liana York (American/New Mexico, b. 1952) Seated Native American woman with perched owl polychromed and patinated bronze with incised foundry mark to the reverse and signed S.L. York / 4/35, the base with brass plaque inscribed "LISTENING WOMAN" / Star Liana York

              Andrew Jones Auctions
            • Star Liana York, Touch the Earth
              May. 29, 2021

              Star Liana York, Touch the Earth

              Est: $6,000 - $12,000

              Star Liana York (b. 1952) Touch the Earth polychrome bronze, edition 18 of 35 inscribed near base: Star Liana York / 18/35

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Star Liana York (b. 1952): Ancient Echo
              Apr. 08, 2021

              Star Liana York (b. 1952): Ancient Echo

              Est: $1,500 - $2,500

              Bronze. 7 ft. x 5 ft. 11 1/2 in. x 8 ft.

              Stair
            • Star Liana York (b. 1952): Cowboy
              Mar. 04, 2021

              Star Liana York (b. 1952): Cowboy

              Est: $700 - $900

              Painted composite, signed 'SL York' and numbered AP/15 lower back, on a wood base. 19 1/2 in. (height with base).

              Stair
            • Star Liana York (b. 1952): Ancient Echo (Small)
              Jan. 29, 2021

              Star Liana York (b. 1952): Ancient Echo (Small)

              Est: $700 - $900

              Painted and gilded bronze, signed with initials 'SLY' and inscribed 'AP' on the underside on the back right leg, on a wood base. 20 x 26 x 9 in. (with base).

              Stair
            • S L York (b.1952) Native American Bronze Sculpture
              Jan. 27, 2021

              S L York (b.1952) Native American Bronze Sculpture

              Est: $100 - $1,000

              Star Liana York (American, born 1952). Polychrome bronze sculpture of Native American Indian woman with child. Detailed with beads, leather straps and basket. Signature 8/30 at base. Good condition with normal wear. Measures 30 in. x 16 in. x 13 in. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. Gallery will refer a local shipper for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

              Hill Auction Gallery
            • Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Story Teller-A Time Before Talking Leaves, edition 19/30
              Oct. 29, 2020

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Story Teller-A Time Before Talking Leaves, edition 19/30

              Est: $1,500 - $2,500

              Star Liana York (American, b. 1952) Story Teller-A Time Before Talking Leaves, edition 19/30 bronze signed Star York (base) 17 x 14 x 8 1/2 inches Property Being Sold to Benefit a Southwestern Museum

              Hindman
            • Star Liana York "Wild Mares"
              Oct. 11, 2020

              Star Liana York "Wild Mares"

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Polychrome bronze wall plaque, from the edition of 13/50, measures 7 x 33 inches. Provenance: Manitou Galleries, Santa Fe, NM

              California Auctioneers
            • Star Liana York Bronze wall plaque of horses
              Oct. 11, 2020

              Star Liana York Bronze wall plaque of horses

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Star Liana York (American, 20th Century) Title: Horse Power, Two Horses, bronze wall sculpture, edition 7/25 measures approx 16 x 26 inches.

              California Auctioneers
            • Star Liana York ''Coyote Family'' Bronze Sculpture
              Oct. 08, 2020

              Star Liana York ''Coyote Family'' Bronze Sculpture

              Est: $6,000 - $9,000

              Star Liana York (b.1952 New Mexico) ''Coyote Family'' Bronze Sculpture. Impressive four part suite of wildlife bronzes. Seated male 28''x20''x14'' (17/35 edition), reclining female 17''x32''x20'' (25/35 edition), and pups 10''x11'' (24/35 edition) and 4.5''x12'' (18/35 edition). All are signed and numbered. Patina from being displayed outside. Pups patina has faded. Overall excellent condition.

              MBA Seattle Auction LLC
            • Star Liana York | Desert Muse
              Sep. 18, 2020

              Star Liana York | Desert Muse

              Est: $4,000 - $6,000

              Artist: Star Liana York | b. 1952 Title: Desert Muse Inscribed on foot: [cipher] ©88 SL York 9/35 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 21 by 5 by 7 inches Additional dimensions: 24 by 9 by 9 inches with base Condition: Very Good Condition details: This bronze is in very good condition. Close inspection with the unaided eye reveals nothing of issue.

              Altermann Galleries
            • Star Liana York | Touch the Earth
              Sep. 18, 2020

              Star Liana York | Touch the Earth

              Est: $6,000 - $12,000

              Artist: Star Liana York | b. 1952 Title: Touch the Earth Inscribed on base: S.L. York 18/35 Media: Polychrome bronze Dimensions: 54 by 25 by 19 inches Additional dimensions: Condition: Excellent Condition details: This sculpture is in excellent condition. Close inspection with the unaided eye reveals nothing of issue.

              Altermann Galleries
            • STAR LIANA YORK, American (b. 1952), Bust of a Young Girl, polychrome bronze, signed and numbered "S.L. York 5/35", 12 inches, heigh...
              Apr. 30, 2020

              STAR LIANA YORK, American (b. 1952), Bust of a Young Girl, polychrome bronze, signed and numbered "S.L. York 5/35", 12 inches, heigh...

              Est: $1,200 - $1,800

              STAR LIANA YORK American (b. 1952) Bust of a Young Girl polychrome bronze, signed and numbered "S.L. York 5/35" 12 inches, height Provenance: Private Collection, Connecticut. Other Notes: Tags: listed artist, 20th century, 21st century, Native American, southwestern, sculpture, New Mexico

              Shannon's
            • STAR LIANA YORK, American (b. 1952), Bust of a Woman, polychrome bronze, signed and numbered "S.L. York 2/35", 10 1/2 inches, height
              Apr. 30, 2020

              STAR LIANA YORK, American (b. 1952), Bust of a Woman, polychrome bronze, signed and numbered "S.L. York 2/35", 10 1/2 inches, height

              Est: $1,200 - $1,800

              STAR LIANA YORK American (b. 1952) Bust of a Woman polychrome bronze, signed and numbered "S.L. York 2/35" 10 1/2 inches, height Provenance: Private Collection, Connecticut. Other Notes: Tags: listed artist, 20th century, 21st century, Native American, southwestern, sculpture, New Mexico

              Shannon's
            • STAR LIANA YORK (AMERICAN, B. 1952), BRONZE "WEST BY SOUTHWEST"
              Apr. 25, 2020

              STAR LIANA YORK (AMERICAN, B. 1952), BRONZE "WEST BY SOUTHWEST"

              Est: $500 - $700

              STAR LIANA YORK (AMERICAN, B. 1952), BRONZE "WEST BY SOUTHWEST" identified "W 3/35 @ 1988", above the turn-style round wood base label "WEST BY SOUTHWEST Star Liana York" - h:23 w:18.50 d:16 in.

              Potomack Company
            • Star Liana York (NM/MD, b. 1952), In Full Bloom
              Dec. 07, 2019

              Star Liana York (NM/MD, b. 1952), In Full Bloom

              Est: $2,000 - $4,000

              Star Liana York (NM/MD, b. 1952), In Full Bloom bronze with applied patinations, signed and numbered 7/35, mounted to a swiveling hardwood display plinth with gallery plaque. DOA 32 x 22 in. diameter (approximate) Estate of the late Millicent G. Diehl, Sanford, North Carolina Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

              Leland Little Auctions
            • Star Liana York Native American Bronze Sculpture
              May. 29, 2019

              Star Liana York Native American Bronze Sculpture

              Est: $3,000 - $6,000

              Signed original limited edition cast bronze statue by Star Liana York (1952- New Mexico) America. Title: "Kokopelli". Statue depicts a Native American Indian man playing a musical instrument on one foot. Figure mounted to marble and wood swivel base. Artist impressed signature and limited edition number 13/25 on foot. Overall measures 28" x 16". Good condition with mild surface wear. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. H.A.G., will refer local third party USA domestic and International shippers upon request.

              Hill Auction Gallery
            • Star Liana York Native American Bronze Sculpture
              May. 29, 2019

              Star Liana York Native American Bronze Sculpture

              Est: $3,000 - $6,000

              Signed original limited edition cast bronze statue by Star Liana York (1952- New Mexico) America. Tile: "Desert Muse". Statue depicts a Native American Indian woman carrying a water basket. Figure mounted to beige marble and wood stand. Artist impressed signature and limited edition number 32/35 on foot. Measures 21 1/4" x 7 1/2". Overall 24" tall. Good condition with mild surface wear. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. H.A.G., will refer local third party USA domestic and International shippers upon request.

              Hill Auction Gallery
            • Star Liana York, Southwestern bronze
              Oct. 09, 2018

              Star Liana York, Southwestern bronze

              Est: $200 - $300

              Star Liana York (American, 20th/21st c.), Horse, bronze sculpture mounted on wooden plinth, etched signature "S.L. York" and numbered (11/50) on sides, 10.5"h x 7"l x 5"w (incl. attached plinth)

              Millea Bros Ltd
            • Star Liana York | Purrfect Lazy Day
              Aug. 11, 2018

              Star Liana York | Purrfect Lazy Day

              Est: $4,000 - $6,000

              Artist: Star Liana York | b. 1952 Title: Purrfect Lazy Day Inscribed right hind leg SL York 2011 9/35 [foundry mark] Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 36 by 11 by 10 inches

              Altermann Galleries
            • Star Liana York, “Windscent” Bronze Sculpture
              May. 20, 2018

              Star Liana York, “Windscent” Bronze Sculpture

              Est: -

              Artist: Star Liana York, Title: “Windscent” Medium: Bronze Sculpture Year or Era: 20th CenturySignature Type: Plate Signed Signature Location: Reverse Edition Number: 12/35 Approx. Measurement: 12 x 12 x 12 Approx. Ship Weight: 14lbs.Keywords: Art; Ref: SH60094

              J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
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