George Northup makes his home near the Snake River in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he and his family have lived for thirty five years. It is also where he draws inspiration for his sculptures of wildlife and figures in bronze. Encouraged many years ago by the resident artists Conrad Schwiering, John Clymer and other notables such as Hollis Williford, to pursue creating images in metal, George has made sculpture his life's work for more than twenty years.

HIs work has been widely acknowledged, honored and collected. It can be found in museums, corporate and private collections across the country and in many places around the world, including a monumental bronze sculpture commissioned by the Grand National Waterfowl Hunt Club in Cambridge, Maryland that is the focal point for a new eastern shore information center. In a striking concept, the piece is over twenty feet high and depicts a flock

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