As a child, Gail Sundell’s father told her stories of the Old West and life among Native Americans. She was inspired to bring those stories to life through the medium of stone. "It was a natural," she explains, "to use the beautiful alabaster that was readily available our family’s quarry near Fort Collins, Colorado."
Her work is included in both private and public collections and she has received notable awards during her career, including Best of Show at the 2013 Cowgirl Up! Exhibition and Sale at the Desert Caballeros Museum in Arizona. Gail lives with her husband, Tom, in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
(Sculpture -- Alabaster -- 17x6x11 -- $3600)
(Sculpture -- Alabaster -- 17x12x8 -- $2100)