Keropian Sculpture / Portrait Sculpture of Sitting Bull
Portrait of Sitting Bull
This stylized portrayal of Sitting Bull was created in 1982 after the artist's reading of "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" by Dee Brown. This was the first book read by the artist that explained the truth about the native population in America.

Mr. Keropian's love for history is a constant source for many of the wide range of subjects the sculptor captures in clay. He is currently working and researching two projects that special attention to historical accuracy is a must.

"Historical sculpture should not only be aesthetically pleasing to the eye, but should share the truth about the subject, we owe it to our children who shall inherit the Earth. By sharing the truth we will help inspire a better future for us all."

Mr. Keropian is currently creating a statue of Sachem Daniel Nimham a Wappinger American from the Hudson Valley and a Monument to the American Revolution.

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