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Burneta Venosdel

 
Cleo Springs, Oklahoma

Artist's Statement

Burneta Venosdel is a national award-winning sculptor, who specializes realistic bronze sculpture. Growing up in northwestern Oklahoma, the great granddaughter of pioneer families, provides the foundation and experiences from which she draws her inspiration to create dynamic strong western influenced detail-rich modern pieces. Burneta is influenced by the works of Remington and Russell and many of the contemporaries with whom she has studied like Garland Weeks, Cynthia Rigdon, John Coleman, Harold “H” Holden,  Richard Loffler, Rozalind Cook, Veryl Goodnight and Curt Mattson.

She is represented by RS Hanna Gallery in Fredericksburg, Texas and Tallgrass Gallery in Pawhuska, Oklahoma and is an instructor at the Tallgrass Art School in Pawhuska and teaches  En Plein Aire Sculpting at Woolaroc Museum.

Burneta has been commissioned to do several bronzes ranging from animals to historic figures. 

Burneta is an associate member of WAOW, APA, and AWA. She is also a member of OVAC, OSS, and NSS.

 


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Phone: (918) 868-6070 

 

"Tolic Player (Back)"

Bronze on marble and walnut base

Tolic Player or Stickball player is a depiction of a Native American game that has evolved from early times. Lacrosse is similar to this very rough game that was used to settle community disputes. It is also referred to as “Little Brother of War”.

Dimensions: 31“H x8 “W x12 “D

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"Tolic Player (Side)"

Bronze on marble and walnut base

 
Dimensions: 31“H x8 “W x12 “D
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"Tick Doc (Front)"

Dimensions: 9.5” x 7.5” x 10”

Cattle Egrets migrate into herds of cattle in the summer, scaring up bugs and pests that live among the cattle. Cattle Egrets have a symbiotic relationship with the cattle. Cattle scare up the pests and the Cattle Egrets eat the bugs, including Ticks.

Dimensions: 9.5” x 7.5” x 10”
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"Tick Doc (Back)"

Dimensions: 9.5” x 7.5” x 10”
 
Dimensions: 9.5” x 7.5” x 10”
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