Charlie Pratt was the only artist to be named "Artist of the Year" for two consecutive years, 2003-2004. He used his Cheyenne-Arapaho heritage as a guide to make his artwork. He was a self taught artist that molded large, small, and even miniature sculptures out of cast bronze, metal, and stone. He sometimes used precious stones in his pieces. This piece is bronze sculpture, of a hoop dancer bound to a stone with a mini plague that reads: Charles Pratt. A unique piece to add to your collection.