Male Bighorn Sheep get all the attention – it’s those big horns! Females have horns, but they are much smaller. They live in gender segregated groups most of the year and you may be more likely to spot a herd of mothers and youngsters. The desert subspecies of Bighorn lives in rugged areas and can survive long periods without water. This sculpture was inspired by the tough buy classy females I’ve seen in the canyons of New Mexico. As with this artwork, they display a very clear no nonsense attitude. • Rich brown fabrics blend harmoniously into any decor • One-of-a-kind sculpture with a fashion sensibility • An amusing mid-century vibe

Desert Bighorn Sheep Female | Mixed Media Sculpture

Ovis canadensis

Upcycled cotton corduroy and silk fabrics. Hand-pleated linen bag. Functional button joints

20.5 x 7 x 5 inches


Carmen Alana Tibbets' Agosia Arts //Winter 2024