HARRY WHITEHORSE

1927-2018
A Lifetime Dedicated to Creating Meaningful Art

Available Art Work For Sale

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GHOST WARRIOR

Unique Edition
Dimensions: Life Size: 9′ x 7’x 3′
“Ghost Warrior” strides between our physical and the spiritual worlds. The sculpture showcases Harry’s metal sculpting and his carving skills.

GHOST WARRIOR

Detail

FISHING EAGLE

Unique Edition
Dimensions: Life Size:
Medium: Basswood

FISHING EAGLE

Unique Edition
Dimensions: Life Size:
Medium: Basswood

UNDER INDIAN POLICE ARREST

1985
Medium: Oil on Linen 57″ x 48″
Original Painting Available for Purchase
Limited Edition Prints Available

WINTER HUNTERS

Unique Edition
Medium: Epoxies, Oil Paints
Dimensions: 96″ x 54″ x 16
Available for purchase

HO CHUNK WARRIOR

Unique Edition
Dimensions: 84″ high
Medium: Basswood & Oil Paints
Available for Purchase

HO CHUNK WARRIOR

Unique Edition
Dimensions: 84″ high
Medium: Basswood & Oil Paints
Available for Purchase

RUNNING THE RAPIDS

Unique Edition
Medium: Steel, Oil Paints
Dimensions: 36”w x 20”h x 26”d
Available for Purchase

RUNNING THE RAPIDS

Unique Edition
Medium: Steel, Oil Paints
Dimensions: 36”w x 20”h x 26”d
Available for Purchase

Latest News

Cars as Canvas: Making the Everyday Extraordinary

Harry was fascinated by cars his entire life. One day when he was around 13, his uncle and mentor, George Seymour, told him that if he could drive his Ford Model T home, Harry could keep the car. Harry had never driven and couldn't figure out how to shift the gears,...

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The University of Wisconsin Arboretum Murals

The next time you visit the UW Madison's Arboretum, pay close attention to the murals located in the Visitor Center Orientation Theater created by the great Russian wildlife artist, Viktor Bakhtin. Viktor admired Harry's work and was inspired to include him in the...

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“Remembering Harry Whitehorse”

Madison 365 By Lawrence Andrea - Sep 18, 2018 Harry Whitehorse served and represented his community through his art. Born into the Ho-Chunk tribe in a wigwam near the Indian Mission in Black River Falls in 1927, the now world-renowned sculptor and painter began his...

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The Highground Celebrates 30 Years

This was one of the most meaningful commissions for Harry Whitehorse, as World War 2 Navy Veteran and Ho Chunk Nation tribal member. A place of peace and healing, The Highground celebrates 30 years BARRY ADAMS Wisconsin State Journal The park is home to the National...

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