Thursday, July 2, 2009
Gwynn Murrill ~ Coyote VI
This transient coyote sits in the plaza area of the Portland Art Museum. Made of bronze in 1986 by Gwynn Murrill, it is life size and attracts quite a bit of attention. Everyone is comfortable approaching this coyote – children, adults, dogs, quite different than in the wild. I used the term transient because this coyote is not part of a group. Coyotes usually run in packs of three or more. Here's another view of PAM's coyote when it wasn't anchored down in the plaza.