Deborah Fellows
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Smart Ass Caddy

bronze edition of 100
10 x 8 x 10 in
(25.4h x 20.32w x 25.4d cm)
$2,500

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Where the Sun Goes

bronze edition of 30
26 x 18.5 x 11 in
(66.04h x 46.99w x 27.94d cm)
$9,500

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When Horses Made Heroes

bronze edition of 35
30 x 20 x 11 in
(76.2h x 50.8w x 27.94d cm)
$9,500

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Cold Hands Warm Heart

bronze edition of 35
23 x 12 x 11 in
(58.42h x 30.48w x 27.94d cm)
$8,400

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Giving Thanks for the Rain, the Grass and a Way of Life

bronze edition of 100
18 x 7 x 7 in
(45.72h x 17.78w x 17.78d cm)
$3,900

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Colt

bronze edition of 100
4.25 x 2 x 4.25 in
(10.8h x 5.08w x 10.8d cm)
$275

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Chasing the Dream

bronze edition of 35
24 x 32 x 9.5 in
(60.96h x 81.28w x 24.13d cm)
$8,400

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Biting Off More Than He Can Chew

bronze
13 x 17 in
(33h x 43.2w cm)
$3,100

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Branded, He's Mine Forever

Bronze
30 x 17 in
(76.2h x 43.2w cm)
$5,200

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In My Dreams They Run Free

bronze
14 x 29 in
(35.6h x 73.7w cm)
$5,400

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Off to the Races

bronze
11.5 x 16 x 6.5 in
(29.2h x 40.6w x 16.5d cm)
$2,800

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Runt of the Litter

bronze
27 x 12 x 5 in
(68.6h x 30.5w x 12.7d cm)
$6,500

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Wild Cow Catcher

bronze edition of 15
35 x 28 in
(88.9h x 71.12w cm)
$14,500

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Youth Was in the Saddle There

bronze
33 x 30 in
(83.8h x 76.2w cm)
$8,500

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The Wind Her Only Guide

bronze
24 x 9 x 14 in
(60.96h x 22.86w x 35.56d cm)
$5,400

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Chuckwagon Bell

bronze edition of 250
10 x 4 x 4 in
(25.4h x 10.16w x 10.16d cm)
$900

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Night Herd Bell

bronze edition of 250
8 x 3.75 in
(20.32h x 9.53w cm)
$500

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Indian Camp Bell

bronze edition of 250
7 x 3.5 in
(17.78h x 8.89w cm)
$500

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My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys

bronze
20 x 8.5 x 23 in
(50.8h x 21.59w x 58.42d cm)
$5,200

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Scene of the Crime

bronze
8 x 11 x 11 in
(20.32h x 27.94w x 27.94d cm)
$3,100

Biography

Deborah Fellows, b. 1948, Spokane, WA (United States)


Deborah Fellows is recognized throughout the United States for her bronze and silver sculpture.  Deborah’s monumental scale work has been commissioned for the United States Capitol, University of Texas, the State of Montana, Inland Northwest Vietnam Veterans, the Kaiser Corporation and the Helca Mining Company in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.  Her first monument was the Bing Crosby Memorial commissioned by Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. 


Deborah has continued to study sculpture and art history in the United States, Italy, France and Greece.  Her natural talent and intuitiveness for what is correct has been strengthened by many years of study.  Deborah lives with her artist husband Fred Fellows at their home and studio in Arizona.

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