May 2007
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;May2007, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p598
Academic Journal
The article profiles American Indian artist Charles Huntington. He was born in Wisconsin on May 29, 1925 and entered the Minnesota College of Art and Design in 1959. For the next three years, he was an assistant to sculptor Paul Granlund. The skills of Huntington in sculpture was toned under Granlund's tutelage such as learning to build sculptures from found objects and by casting metal. One of his masterpieces was a three feet by nine feet on a 20-inch pedestal abstract cast called "Hope."


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