010511 Books Ellis LowcountryBookPublished on the occasion of the Gilcrease Museum Rendezvous '98, Spirit of the Wild Things documents an important juncture in the career of Sandy Scott. A widely admired etcher of sporting scenes in the 1970's, Scott turned to sculpting in the early 1980's, focusing primarily on birds...Today, Scott is recognized as one of the country's premier animal sculptors, interweaving, as Robin Salmon, curator of sculpture at Brookgreen Gardens, writes, "the continuing thread of the animalier in American art." 

Hardcover: 11 X 10 inches
190 Pages
109 Plates
Signed by Sandy Scott