Sherry Salari Sander spends much of her time studying animals in their natural habitat, ranging from the Yukon to the African bush. Much of her inspiration comes from the Montana countryside, small wildlife preserve, and wildlife sanctuary, which are the setting for her home and studio. A renowned sculptor, she has long been devoted to animals and their coexistence with the outdoors. Critics cite her for her ability to capture the magic of the animal's spirit through its movements as well as expressions.
Sander is a member of The Society of Animal Artists, National Sculpture Society, North American Sculpture Society Artists of America and the Allied Artists of America. Her work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, The Buffalo Bill Historical Center, The Denver Zoo, Oklahoma City Zoo, Benson Park Sculpture Garden, Genesee Country Museum, The National Museum of Wildlife Art, Huntley Lodge, Big Sky resort, Gerald Ford Amphitheater (in Vail, Colorado), High Dessert Museum (in Bend, Oregon), and The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.
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Located in Historic Old Colorado City, since 1973, this location has maintained its reputation for authentic Native American jewelry, fine art, designer jewelry, bronze sculpture and home accessories. From traditional to contemporary, The Squash Blossom has something for everyone.