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 of a Native American Indian pulling a travois. An elegant sculpture to add to your collection.