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S33 Randall Beyale

Alabaster "Warrior" Sculpture

Price: $2,500
 
Description

White alabaster Native American wearing a blanket and feathers in his hair.  This 21.5” sculpture is on a 2” wood and black marble base.

Randall Beyale, the sculptor, is a Navajo from Crownpoint, New Mexico and a member of the Red Running into the Water Clan.  Randall’s inspiration is from his heritage and he is involved with the Navajo Tribal Ceremonies.  His work has won many awards from Native American shows and his work is in collections throughout the country.

About the artist

Randall Beyale

Randall Beyale is a Navajo Sculptor/Artist from Crownpoint, New Mexico, a member of the Red Running into the Water Clan and a predominately self-taught Sculptor. Randall has spent several years perfecting the details of his artwork.

In regards to his sculpting, Randall says: "Inspired by the ways of his Dine' heritage as an Artist, he continues to look for the soul in the stone and upon finding it he only brings out what is already there ..........."

Randall's inspiration is from his heritage and he is very involved with the Navajo Tribal Ceremonies. His work has won many awards from Native American Shows, and his work is in collections throughout the country.

A Partial List of Awards and Mentions:


2003 - Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial
Honorable Mention

1998 – Fountain Hills, Arizona Art Festival

1st Place, “Whispers in the Wind”

1997 – Heard Museum   Phoenix, Arizona

Honorable Mention, “Grandma’s Approval”

1997 – Collector’s Choice    Scottsdale, Arizona

Best in Class, “Grandma’s Approval”

1996 – Heard Museum   Phoenix, Arizona

Best of Division, “Awakening” (Bronze)

1995 - Southwest Mountain Art Festival
Honorable Mention, Governor's Award, People's Choice

1995 - Heard Museum   Phoenix, Arizona
Honorable Mention, “Unconditional Love”

1994 - Gallup Inter-Tribal   Gallup, New Mexico
2nd & 3rd Place, “Solitude”

1993 - Gallup Inter-Tribal   Gallup, New Mexico
1st Place  

1992 - Gallup Inter-Tribal   Gallup, New Mexico
3rd Place, “Uncommon Valor”

1992 - Totah Festival    Farmington, New Mexico

1st Place, “Beyond Tradition”

About Bischoff's

Bischoff's Gallery opened in 1999. The gallery, located in historic Old town Scottsdale, Arizona carries work by Native American, western, and southwestern artists. Known for it's collection of Native American Jewelry, Bischoff's also offers a selection of Navajo rugs, kachinas, pottery, baskets and fine art from artisans of many tribes...

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