Tina Milisavljevich

  • statue of moose
  • moose statue
  • moose sculpture
  • moose sculpture
  • moose sculpture
    moose sculpture

  • Silent Spirit

    Moose Wall sculpture
    Driftwood/vintage auto metal/vintage drawer pulls


  • statue of moose
    moose statue

  • Mad River Moose



  • Montana’s Calling

    7’3” x 6’6’ x 4′


  • Fish # 14 on deer antler

    Driftwood/vintage auto metal/Austrian crystal eyes


  • Freedom

    Medium horse running
    Driftwood/vintage auto metal/ vintage farm findings


  • Hooked

    Fish on elk antler
    Driftwood/vintage auto metal/ vintage farm findings Austrian crystal eyes


  • Running Thunder

    Driftwood/vintage auto metal/vintage farm findings on 2” steel base with removable casters
    8’8” x 6’5” x 45”


  • Sun King

    Medium horse running
    Driftwood/vintage auto metal and farm findings


  • Navajo Flame

    Horse Small
    7″ X 27″ X 7″


  • North Star

    Horse Small
    23″ X 22″ X 11″


  • Wind Dancer

    Horse Wall Piece
    37″ X 27″


  • Red Tail Hawk

    Wall Piece
    17″ X 14″


  • Nikota

    Wolf on Castors
    58″ X 48″ X 26″


  • Song of the West

    Wolf Bust Howling
    25″ X 29″ X 16″


  • Two Moons

    Buffalo Wall Piece
    36″ X 14″ X 22″


  • Red Cloud

    Large Buffalo Standing
    33″ X 30″ X 23″


  • Night Thunder

    Buffalo Wall Sculpture Profile
    40″ X 25″ X 25″


  • Copper Warrior

    Small Buffalo
    26″ X 12″ X 11″


  • Painted Warrior

    Small Buffalo
    17″ X 17″ X 9″


  • Game On

    Fish Wall Sculpture
    31″ X 12″


  • Fish #15

    Wall Sculpture
    31″ X 12″


Artist Bio

Tina has always been fascinated with sculpture and always yearned to make a three-dimensional piece. The “aha” moment struck her while walking the shores of Flathead Lake. She nearly stumbled over a half-buried root that happened to look exactly like a horse head profile. This ignited her imagination and she quickly gathered more driftwood. She took the pieces back to her studio and slowly “Rain Maker” came to life. She was hooked! One sculpture led to another and She has found the possibilities with this medium are unending. She absolutely loves working in three-dimensional space whether it is an animal sculpture or a functional piece of furniture.

To add a dash of interest she searches for old automobile parts, hoods, fenders form the 1950s and 60’s. These are then cut into various shapes and added to each sculpture for strength and interest.

When on the beaches of the lake she is fascinated with every earthy polished piece of wood and has often wondered about its journey from the rivers to this lake and finally into her hands. The positive reaction that viewers share assures her that this is the vain she should continue and contribute her vision.

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