Deadwood Stage - Harvey Rattey
Harvey Rattey is an internationally known western and wildlife sculptor. A Native American of Chippewa descent, he grew up on a northern Montana ranch and spent his spare time calf roping in local rodeos. A full-time artist his work is purchased by the U.S. Pentagon for use as gifts to foreign dignitaries as well as by celebrities such as basketball star Larry Bird. Harvey lives on a ranch in the eastern Montana community of Glendive with his sculptor wife Pamela Harr. .
Harvey’s artwork is in many private collections or on display for the public:
Smithsonian’s Local Legacies Project, Institute of American Indian Studies
U.S. White House permanent ornament collection
Larry Bird, Boston Celtics
Bozeman Montana Airport Terminal, Life-sized Bobcat monument
Ross Perot, TX
Augustana Historical Center, Sioux Falls, SD
The Deadwood Stage is 42 x 18 x 10.
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