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Douglas Van Howd

United Auburn Indian Community School

HQ Phone:  (916) 329-9180

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United Auburn Indian Community School

621 Capitol Mall Suite 2075

Sacramento, California,95814

United States

Company Description

The United Auburn Indian Community, founder of the Community Giving Program, owns and operates the successful Thunder Valley Casino. A federally recognized Indian tribe, the United Auburn Indian Community is a sovereign government, making the establishment of ...more

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New Statue to Represent Local Nisenan - Elmets Communications

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Auburn artist Douglas Van Howd is crafting the piece.
Van Howd said he has done a lot of work for UAIC in the past, and is looking forward to having a piece of his art in Downtown Auburn after living in the area for 40 years. "I'm very honored to do it," Van Howd said. "I enjoy things like this. It's going to be a nice piece in town. I do live here and it represents my work. They wanted me to represent their culture and I did a lot of research on this." Van Howd has a lot of experience creating life-sized statues. "This is a fun one to do because usually I'm doing some senator or something that's sort of boring to begin with," he said. "The research of this is really neat. I went to their dances they had at the Maidu Museum when they had a cultural day. They had the dancers come in and they had their costumes on. And they did their dances, and I was amazed at how every dance is a program." Van Howd said the dancer will be wearing a skin robe around his waist, has a headdress of woodpecker tail feathers and is barefoot. In his hands he has a small deer antler and a hollowed out willow that works as a rattle. Van Howd said he should be finished in about four months and the statue, which will be about 5-foot-6-inches tall when standing, could be ready to go up in September. "I think any art that you add in town is going to add a lot to the community," Van Howd said.


New statue to represent local Nisenan — United Auburn Indian Community

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Sculptor Douglas Van Howd uses a hot blade to shape the core of his statue titled Maidu Dancer, on which he will later apply clay to create a mold.
The statue is planned to be displayed at Central Square in Downtown Auburn. Auburn artist Douglas Van Howd is crafting the piece. Van Howd said he has done a lot of work for UAIC in the past, and is looking forward to having a piece of his art in Downtown Auburn after living in the area for 40 years. "I'm very honored to do it," Van Howd said. "I enjoy things like this. It's going to be a nice piece in town. I do live here and it represents my work. They wanted me to represent their culture and I did a lot of research on this." Van Howd has a lot of experience creating life-sized statues. "This is a fun one to do because usually I'm doing some senator or something that's sort of boring to begin with," he said. "The research of this is really neat. I went to their dances they had at the Maidu Museum when they had a cultural day. They had the dancers come in and they had their costumes on. And they did their dances, and I was amazed at how every dance is a program." Van Howd said the dancer will be wearing a skin robe around his waist, has a headdress of woodpecker tail feathers and is barefoot. In his hands he has a small deer antler and a hollowed out willow that works as a rattle. Van Howd said he should be finished in about four months and the statue, which will be about 5-foot-6-inches tall when standing, could be ready to go up in September. "I think any art that you add in town is going to add a lot to the community," Van Howd said.


New Statue to Represent Local Nisenan — Elmets Communications

www.elmets.com [cached]

Auburn artist Douglas Van Howd is crafting the piece.
Van Howd said he has done a lot of work for UAIC in the past, and is looking forward to having a piece of his art in Downtown Auburn after living in the area for 40 years. "I'm very honored to do it," Van Howd said. "I enjoy things like this. It's going to be a nice piece in town. I do live here and it represents my work. They wanted me to represent their culture and I did a lot of research on this." Van Howd has a lot of experience creating life-sized statues. "This is a fun one to do because usually I'm doing some senator or something that's sort of boring to begin with," he said. "The research of this is really neat. I went to their dances they had at the Maidu Museum when they had a cultural day. They had the dancers come in and they had their costumes on. And they did their dances, and I was amazed at how every dance is a program." Van Howd said the dancer will be wearing a skin robe around his waist, has a headdress of woodpecker tail feathers and is barefoot. In his hands he has a small deer antler and a hollowed out willow that works as a rattle. Van Howd said he should be finished in about four months and the statue, which will be about 5-foot-6-inches tall when standing, could be ready to go up in September. "I think any art that you add in town is going to add a lot to the community," Van Howd said.


Best Bronze Sculptures 530-887-9600: President Ronald Reagan Elephant Signing

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The Best Bronze Sculptures 530-887-9600 Douglas Van Howd: Sculptor, Painter, Wildlife, Western, Pony Express, Museums, Resorts, Corporate Grounds, City Sites, and Private Estates.
Subscribe To Van Howd In this piece, Doug depicts the Nelson Bighorn Sheep found in the Eastern Sierra area near Reno, Nevada it is about 30 feet tall. Doug Van Howd owns and operates Sierra Sculpture, Inc. which ensures him the finest in craftsmanship and quality in his castings and specializes in the production of monumental bronze statues. Since 1988, he has been commissioned to place monumental sculptures in museums, resorts, corporate grounds, city sites and private estates. Many from around the world have been photographed with his bronze monuments, which are centers of attraction for all ages. Douglas Van Howd (1) Master Sculptor (1) Douglas Van Howd, Nevada born sculptor and painter, has become well-known worldwide for his wildlife and western creations.  He receive... Amazing Pony Express Bronze Monument World famous master sculpture Douglas Van Howd sits in front of the "Special Delivery" Pony Express monument in the Reno Hilton... President Ronald Reagan Elephant Signing Doug Van Howd owns and operates Sierra Sculpture, Inc. which ensures him the finest in craftsmanship and quality in his castings and spec...


Best Bronze Sculptures 530-887-9600: Friends of Freedom Bronze Indian with Eagle

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The Best Bronze Sculptures 530-887-9600 Douglas Van Howd: Sculptor, Painter, Wildlife, Western, Pony Express, Museums, Resorts, Corporate Grounds, City Sites, and Private Estates.
Subscribe To Van Howd In this piece, Doug depicts the Nelson Bighorn Sheep found in the Eastern Sierra area near Reno, Nevada it is about 30 feet tall. Douglas Van Howd (1) Master Sculptor (1) Douglas Van Howd, Nevada born sculptor and painter, has become well-known worldwide for his wildlife and western creations.  He receive... Amazing Pony Express Bronze Monument World famous master sculpture Douglas Van Howd sits in front of the "Special Delivery" Pony Express monument in the Reno Hilton... President Ronald Reagan Elephant Signing Doug Van Howd owns and operates Sierra Sculpture, Inc. which ensures him the finest in craftsmanship and quality in his castings and spec...


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