Cowboys & Indians

Star Liana York

IGURATIVE SCULPTOR STAR LIANA YORK IS saddling up for a ride through the rural countryside surrounding her ranch near Abiquiu, New Mexico. Rambling trips like these have long influenced York’s artworks. While diverse in scale and subject matter, her bronze depictions of wild animals and livestock, cowboys and ranchers, and traditional Native culture are all rooted in her ongoing exploration — often on horseback — of the land she loves.

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