Montana Statues

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Gumby and Pokey
Roberts, MT
Laurel, MT
These sculptures of Gumby and Pokey are located at the Roberts General Store. The store sells other recycled metal sculptures as well as antiques, gifts, as well as landscaping and farming supplies. Gumby and Pokey have been there since at least 2011. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

This Firefighter statue is installed in Firemen's Park next to the Chamber of Commerce. The statue has been there since at least 2018. [map]

Thunder Jack
Wilsall, MT
Brown's Transmissions
Billings, MT
This bronze sculpture of Thunder Jack was created by Gary Kerby and installed in 2006. The sculpture was a generic tribute to mountain men until he was named by first graders at Shields Valley Elementary School. [map]

These two welded steel sculptures at Brown's Transmissions depict men holding a front end and a transmission. They are 12 feet tall and were built in 1982 by Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy. [map]

Malcolm C. Story
Bozeman, MT
This metal sculpture of Malcolm C. Story was created by Jim Dolan and installed in 1995. Story was the grandson of Bozeman's founder. [map]

Montana Stockman with Dog
Helena, MT
This Montana Stockman with Dog sculpture was created by Jim Dolan from scrap metal. It has been there since at least 2008. [map]

Fly Fisherman
Ennis, MT
This Fly Fisherman sculpture was created by Jim Dolan from scrap metal. It is titled "Madison Valley Angler" and has been there since at least 2008. [map]

Ice Climber
Kalispell, MT
Robber and Dog
Kalispell, MT
This Ice Climber sculpture was installed on the facade of the Rocky Mountain Outfitter in 2013. It was created by Kay Lynn. [map]

This Robber and Dog sculpture has been installed on the side of this Valley Bank branch since at least 2015. It was also created by Kay Lynn. [map]

George McCone
Circle, MT
This statue of Senator George McCone was installed in front of the McCone County Museum in 1994. [map]

Civilian Conservation Corps Worker
Haugan, MT
This six-foot-tall Civilian Conservation Corps Worker statue is one of 76 that were installed around the country between 1995 and 2019. It was installed in front of the Savenac Historic Tree Nursery Visitor Center in 2005. For more, see this website. [map]

More Montana Statues:
World War II Soldier: 1, 2 (Butte)
Sacajewea, Pomp, William Clark, and the Hunter (Hysham)

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