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Bronze Update


The crucifix measures 12"(W), 14"(H) and 3" thick

The newest work is coming from a Native perspective with Native imagery.  It is symbolic of the historic persecution by people who fear what they don't understand.  This form of execution dates back to the 7th Century B.C.

Once bronzed it will be attached to a cross made out of Mesquite wood from Old Mexico dating back to the 1890's.



    


Unveiling Ceremony, Knife River Indian Villages, Stanton ND, June 8th

Hans with wife Mercy

Commissioned Bronze sculpture of Hans Walker Sr. to be unveiled

On behalf of the Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara Nation and the Board of Directors of the Hidatsa Heritage Center; you are cordially invited to attend the Naming and Dedication Ceremony in honor of our Benefactors, THE HANS WALKER SR. FAMILY on Wednesday, June 8th @ 2 PM CST, 420 N Ave. Stanton ND. BPH will unveil his sculpture and present the descriptive inspiration for this very special piece.  Refreshments and a traditional meal will follow the ceremony.


An honoring of love by a direct descendant, Han's grandson

A fire finish by Rocky Mountain Bronze

“Every project is special to me because I make it personal, putting my heart into it.  It was a great opportunity for me to honor a very great man that left a legacy for his people, an example for the world.”   -BPH

At the Foundry: BPH with Claryca Mandan, Executive Director of 
Hidatsa Heritage Center

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