Jack Muir

  • bronze ghost horse
  • cowboy horse bronze sculpture
  • bronze ghost horse
  • Ghost Horse

    Bronze Sculpture of Monty, a horse that originally belonged to the Blackfeet. When Charles M. Russell spotted the Ghost Horse the Blackfeet were more than happy to take a few items in trade and a deal was struck.

    18″ x 22″ x 6″
    Ltd Ed of 36


  • cowboy horse bronze sculpture
  • La Riata

    Bronze Sculpture of Charles M. Russell riding his horse, Monty
    26″ x 13″ x 32″
    Ltd Ed of 35


  • Medicine Griz

    Ltd Ed of 75


  • Tatonka

    Bronze Edition
    Ltd Ed of 75


  • Phantom of the Forest

    Bronze Edition
    Ltd Ed of 75


  • Mustang Thunder

    Bronze Edition – 36
    54″ x 19″ x 8″


  • Moose

    Bronze Edition – 75


  • Small Blood

    Bronze Edition – 75
    Dimensions of 8x5x3


  • Powder River Ponies

    Bronze Edition – 36


  • Twin Creek Bull

    Bronze Edition – 36


  • War Pony

    Bronze Edition – 50


  • Crow Hop

    Bronze Edition – 36


  • Cayuse Prairie

    Bronze Edition – 36


  • Imperial

    Limited Edition Bronze of 36


Artist Bio

A born and raised third generation Montanan, Western and Wildlife Sculptor, Jack W Muir resides on the beautiful shores of Flathead Lake, in the North West Corner of Montana, the setting for his home and studio. Wildlife and the mystique of the west abound in this part of Montana, both of which provide unlimited inspiration for Jack’s work.

Jack received his degree in Fine Art from Montana State University.Western, wildlife and equestrian are themes that prevail in Jack’s work. However, subject matter is secondary to his main interest which is to focus on strong sculptural elements. Muir’s sculptures exude emotion through subject matter and interest to the eye by use of composition, movement and texture.

Jack’s sculptures can be found in private collections throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.

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