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New Lacrosse Sculpture for Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame


The sculpture seen is the Jim Bishop award for the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation and will go in the Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Canada. The sculpture is based on a Native American Legend where the main character runs to the top of a mountain with his lacrosse stick. Keep Reading…

The sculpture seen is the Jim Bishop award for the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation and will go in the Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Canada. The sculpture is based on a Native American Legend where the main character runs to the top of a mountain with his lacrosse stick.


Artist, Mike Call, just recieved approval and it is being cast in bronze. The images shown are of the clay model.

See more images of the Native American lacrosse sculpture at http://blog.littlebrotherofwar.net.

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