Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Today's Special Treat - Maggie sends us a blog from God's country...meet David Lemon, the bronze sculptor.

David Lemon Sculpts The Mountain Man's Rifle

You've seen the name David Lemon here many times. He is a blogging friend and a great news hound. I went to his place today, From Clay to Bronze to see photos of a cattle drive in his town of Ennis, Montana - up there in God's country.


I love to watch David's videos. Not only is he a master sculptor, but he is a master videographer, as well. Today he was working on the rifle that would fit into the hand of his mountain man. I hope you have time to watch this. It is amazing stuff - and such incredible talent. Be sure that you stay with the video, at the very least through sculpting the mountain man's hand. Unbelievably beautiful! I think you will be mesmerized.

David Lemon Sculpts

Visit David at Clay to Bronze - 2009 and David Lemon Bronzes by Lemon.

6 comments:

John from Waco said...

Beautiful work! Thanks for sharing this with us.

Rightwing Cowboy said...

Beautiful is right! And it's my favorite period, the mountainman era. The prepared the west for manifest destiny.
...where the deer and the antelope play.

Maggie M. Thornton said...

Norm, thank you so very much. I sent David the link and I know he will be by, and I'm so glad your readers enjoyed it.

That is a very, very cool graphic, and I thank you for that too. I'm sorry it took me so long to get here. I just now found the link at Technorati.

I hope you are having a wonderful Christmas season, Norm. Merry, merry!

Maggie

David Lemon said...

Thank you so much for showing me off... lol Much appreciated.

Lemon

Storm'n Norm'n said...

Maggie...
The pleasure is all mine. Thank you so very, very much in all that you do in keeping the people informed.
God Bless and may the true spirit of Christmas be with you and yours throughout the year...and may it spread thoughout America.

Storm'n Norm'n said...

David,
Thank you so very, very much for all that you do. Your artful skills are truly a gift from God. May the Christmas Child bless and guide your hands that produce such wonders for the rest of us to enjoy.