“Bison Columns” Installation finished Jackson Hole, Wyoming February 1, 2011 To start the final process of patina and installation, Mark Leichliter, friend, National Sculpture Guild engineer and artist, helps Tim with a test run. A perfect fit!!! Pat Kipper, patineur, works on the final touchs of the amazingly beautiful patina on the Bisons. Crated for transportation by Shippers Supply in Loveland, Colorado, ready to load and on to Jackson, Wyoming. Inside the Jackson Hole Wyoming Airport, Mark and Tim move the 1200 lbs granite and steel base into position. Gorgeous! One of the bisons installed. Tim and one of the Bison Medallions The "Bison Columns," new icons, at the airport are siloetted in the main terminal of the newly renovated Jackson Hole, Wyoming Airport. Thanks to Mark Leichliter and Ren Burke of the National Sculptors Guild, Public Art Liaison and Project Cordinators, for their involvement with this project, executing each task with attentiion to all the details. We could not have ever done it with them. Thank you both so much.