"Charging Forward" - Missoula, MT
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N 46° 51.894 W 113° 59.001
12T E 272624 N 5194473
Jay Laber, a Native Montana Blackfeet artist, specializes in creating sculptures with discarded metal; mainly from parts of abandoned automobiles.
Waymark Code: WMBE2R
Location: Montana, United States
Date Posted: 05/10/2011
Published By:Groundspeak Regular Member Team Farkle 7
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"A warrior on horseback at full gallop throws a lance through a hoop. This is the traditional native American hoop game. This juxtaposition of the modern and the old comments ironically on reservation life." - from text on sculpture plaque.
Physical Address:
46 Campus Drive
Missoula, Montana United States

Business Name:
University of Montana, Parking Lot Z

Web Address: Not listed

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