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Blackfeet Warriors Sculpture

Browning Montana

Listing Type: Landmark
City: Browning Montana
Region: Glacier Country

From scraps of rusted automobiles, bits of barbed wire and the stones of an old mission school; artist Jay Laber has created a statue of two Native American warriors astride their horses at the southeast entrance to the Blackfeet Reservation. Jay's artwork is based on the principle of Native American tradition that you make use of what's available to you in your natural environment. He uses manmade objects left behind in nature long ago, creating images of his native culture today. This sculpture, and three others just like it, greet visitors at the four entrances to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation; the U.S./Canada border, Highway 2 west of CutBank and west of East Glacier. For information about the artist contact: Revised Rez Wrecks, 877 East Post Creek Road, St. Ignatius, MT 59865.

Directions: Blackfeet Warriors Sculpture can be found along Highway 89, 10 miles north of Dupuyer and about 30 miles south of Browning at the boundary of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.

Blackfeet Warriors Sculpture
Blackfeet Transportation Planning, Browning, MT 59417

  • Art
  • Cultural

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