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falling fire

Falling Fire

This figure was originally dedicated to the Fallen of Operation Desert Storm (the Iraq War). Falling Fire, 1992, glazed terracotta, 5 ft. wide and it’s heavy, mounts on wall. It can be repainted over...

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praying man

Praying Man

Evoking deep feelings of passion and yearning, this weathered terracotta sculpture with its floral pastel colors would look good in anyone’s backyard. Praying Man, year unknown, glazed terracotta, 19″ tall x 18″ wide x...

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Muscovy Ducks with Snake

Muscovy Ducks with Snake, 2008, terracotta, 12 inches by 11 inches by 5 inches. The Muscovy duck (Cairina moschata) is a large duck native to Mexico, Central, and South America. Both sexes have pink...

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Unfinished Head (sold)

This unfinished portrait is by one of Harriet’s students, Jess Clarke. Unfinished Head, 2018, marble, 10 inches.

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death

Face of Death

Someone said that the life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living. Face of Death, 1965, marble, 20 inches x 12 inches x 7 inches. Price: $2,500.00

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Ruth St. Denis

Ruth St. Denis was an American modern dance pioneer, introducing eastern ideas into the art. She was the co-founder of the American Denishawn School of Dance and the teacher of several notable performers. Also...

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Louis Pasteur

Louis Pasteur was a French biologist, microbiologist and chemist renowned for his discoveries of the principles of vaccination, microbial fermentation and pasteurization. The bronze was commissioned and is on display at UCSF medical center...

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Mother and Child [Not for Sale]

Few things in this world are unchanging, but the mother-child relationship is perhaps one of them. True love is found in a mother tending her child. Let’s celebrate life. Mother and Child, 1993, terracotta,...

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Harriet G. Moore

Self Portrait

“As an artist, I try to move out of the society that would protect me, into the dark forest, into the world of fire, of original experience. I believe that as an artist, I...

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Grieving Angel

Angels have been observing humankind for a long time. Some may have come to wonder. Grieving Angel, 1988, terracotta, 16 inches, bronzed and patinated. Ask: could be cast from a mold upon request.

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