This eagle head is one of several metal sketches and finished sculptures in Lyndon Pomeroy’s studio.
Lyndon Pomeroy’s sculpture “Seventh Cavalry Guidon Trooper” stands in front of the KTVQ office at 3203 Third Ave. N. It was previously on display at the Little Bighorn Battlefield.
Lyndon Pomeroy was photographed in his studio while working on the large scale “Phylogenic Continuum,” which was commissioned for the now-closed James F. Battin Federal Building.
Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy sits in his west Billings home, sipping coffee from a pottery mug he threw years ago. The multifaceted artist is best known for his metal sculpture.
“Phylogenic Continuum” was included in the recent sale of the federal building. It was completed in 1966.
A group of five woodcocks in a mating dance were commissioned of Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy by a Billings family in the 1960s. The birds were the first of his creations to have feathers.
This figure is one of several metal sketches and finished sculptures in Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy’s studio.
Metal sketches finished sculptures in Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy’s studio.
This Christ figure is one of several metal sketches and finished sculptures in Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy’s studio.
Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy walks through a metal gate he created when he and his wife built their West End home in the 1960s. Pomeroy has been creating iconic metal sculptures for decades, and many of his pieces are on permanent display around Billings.
This eagle is one of several metal sketches and finished sculptures in Lyndon Pomeroy’s studio.
This 1989 photograph shows Lyndon Pomeroy when he was working on “Canal Builders,” a large-scale sculpture depicting two draft horses for the city of Worland, Wyo.
'The Executive' was one of Lyndon Pomeroy’s first large works. It has been outside the Executive Building and Oakland Realty at 1925 Grand Ave. since the early 1960s.
Billings artist Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy spent five decades building towering creations of steel that are scattered across the country at homes, banks, bars, museums and in other public settings.
Lyndon Pomeroy’s large-scale sculptures are a familiar sight across Billings. Sandstone Gallery is displaying some of Pomeroy’s artwork as part of a new exhibit.
^pThe Sandstone Art Gallery, 2913 Second Ave. N., is opening a new exhibit with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.
The members of the group were cagey, keeping mostly to themselves.
Early members of the Stillwater Society artist group gather on the banks of the Stillwater River in the 1980s at a cabin owned by the late artist Bernadine Fox. From left, the artists are Robert Morrison, Marilyn Beth (Hughes) Pinkerton, Elliot Eaton, Bernadine Fox, Jean Halverson, and Lyndo…