Watching the Barrier

22 x 20 x 9

Edition of 100

​$2,500


Left Out

13 x 19 x 10

Edition of 50

​$4,500


Wild Horse Bell

6.25 x 3 c

Edition of 250

​$350


Closing Time

14 x 9 x 5

Edition of 75

​$1,950


The Night Heard Bell

7.75 x 4 c

Edition of 250

​$500


DEBORAH COPENHAVER 
FELLOWS

Deborah Copenhaver's Fellows Collection

Footsteps to the Future

72 x 42 x 42

Open Edition

​$85,000


Anywhere, Anyway, Anytime

14.5 x 9.5 x 9

Edition of 35

​$2,100


​works can be seen in corporate and private collections, including the United States Capitol Building and the Reagan White House collections. Deborah Copenhaver Fellows' monument work has been commissioned by the University of Texas, The State of Montana and James Irvine in Los Angeles. In 1990 Deborah won the competition to sculpt the Washington State Korean War Memorial for the State Capitol grounds.

With a degree in fine arts, Deborah has continued to study sculpture and art history in the United States, Italy, France and Greece. She currently lives with her artist husband, Fred Fellows, at their ranch near Sonoita, Arizona.

Deborah's Boy Scout Monument, "Footsteps to the Future" can be viewed locally in Prescott, AZ.​​

I Saddle My Own Horse

15 x 7

Edition of 100

​$3,500


When the Roundup's Over

5 x 14 x 9

​$3,000


The Wind Her Only Guide For Youth Was In The Saddle There With Half A World To Ride

26 x 9 x 14

Edition of 35

​$5,400


Indian Camp Bell

7.5 x 3.5 c

Edition of 250

​$500


​Deborah Copenhaver Fellows is recognized throughout the United States for her bronze and silver sculpture. Her 

My Heros Have Always Been Cowboys

22 x 20 x 9

Edition of 100

​$5,200


Girl's Night Out

19 x 21 x 13

Edition of 35

​$7,500