Dance of the Yellow Apron
Bronze sculpture of mountain men dancing during rendezvous
$10,989 (ref. 9/9)
22 x 19 x 13 inches
This limited edition bronze sculpture is mounted on a black marble base which swivels on a
beautiful solid oak pedestal. The motion of the mountain men’s dancing feet and linked arms caught in the bronze is
amplified as the viewer turns the piece to experience each delightful detail. Pettit was a stickler for historic
accuracy in mountain man dress and lifestyle; this was his favorite piece.
B R Pettit was an Arizonan artist who is best known for his
monumental statue entitled "Ole Bill Williams" that stands as a sentinel to "The Gateway for the Grand Canyon"
in Williams, AZ. The eight-foot tall monument of the mountain man, for whom Williams, AZ was named, has become a
Route 66 icon.