Goodnight, Veryl

Veryl Goodnight, NSS - Privileged Lady


Additional Information

  • Medium: Bronze
  • Edition: 30
  • Size: 25'' x 22'' x 12''

"The concept for this high-spirited lady on a high-spirited horse began while reading 'Boots and Saddles' by Elizabeth Custer, wife of General John Armstrong Custer. As an officer's wife, she had the freedom to ride on the frontier while protected from danger by an escort. She cherished these gallops just as I cherish my own horses and the rides we frequently share. Riding is a privilege, whether it is the 1800s or the year 2000." - Veryl Goodnight

Veryl Goodnight, NSS - Privileged Lady
Veryl Goodnight, NSS - Privileged Lady
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