by Rose Cash
Rose Phillips Cash, born and raised in Wyoming, has
developed a deep love of the West, its Indian people
and their rich heritage. After raising her children
she moved to Arkansas where she met her present
husband, Acie, who is a cousin of the late Johnny
Cash. With her Native American blood line she had
the desire to paint her friends. In the 1990's Rose branched off into sculpting.
Her bronzes are packed with beautiful detail and
realism. Rose grew to love the story of Sacajawea. With the 200th Anniversary of the Lewis and Clark
Expedition being celebrated from 2003 through 2006,
Rose's Sacajawea bronzes are extremely popular. The
Girl Scouts of Wyoming have chosen one of her
Sacajawea bronzes to use for their statewide fund
Each bronze tells a powerful story.