Georgia Bunn

Georgia Bunn

Georgia Bunn After working in business for 25 years, Georgia decided to make the leap of faith and paycheck to become a sculptor. A third generation Oregonian, Georgia has a personal family history and pride of the west. Her reverence for the American Indians, working cowboys, pioneering women and the outdoors made western and wildlife sculpting a natural. Over the last three years, she installed a 14ft bronze monument of Chief Joseph, leader of the Nez Perce, and several pieces for the Museum of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Historical accuracy is a passion, and she takes care when depicting the Old West. She is currently working on a Sitting Bull Monument, and a large commission depicting the wildlife of Yellowstone