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bronzeThe Bronze Figures
The Corps of Discovery Monument figures cast in bronze, November, 2006 at the Crucible Foundry, Norman, Oklahoma.

maquetteThe Maquette
The making of the Corps of Discovery 1804-2004 Maquette.
Clay Maquette

maquetteThe Making of Lewis
The creation of Lewis at the Crucible Foundry in Norman, Oklahoma for the Corps of Discovery Monument.

maquetteThe Making of Clark
The creation of Clark at the Crucible Foundry in Norman, Oklahoma for the Corps of Discovery Monument.

maquetteThe Making of Drouillard
The creation of Drouillard at the Crucible Foundry in Norman, Oklahoma for the Corps of Discovery Monument.

maquetteThe Crucible Foundry
Sabra Tull Meyer and the making of the monument at the Crucible Foundry in Norman, Oklahoma.

maquetteThe Journeys of "Flat Stanley"
Thanks to a fourth grade class in Jefferson City, Missouri, Flat Stanley joins the artist, Sabra Tull Meyer, in the making of the Corps of Discovery monument.

maquetteColumbia Daily Tribune Slide Show
Larger-Than-Life Endeavor: Sculptor Sabra Tull Meyer rejoices in her own voyage of discovery as she creates a Lewis and Clark monument. Story by MARCIA VANDERLIP of the Tribune's staff ~ Published Sunday, September 25, 2005 [Full Article]

The Makine of a Monument Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery Jefferson City MO
Lewis and Clark Monument, five heroic size bronze figures depicting a specific day in the historic journey of the Corps of Discovery, June 4th 1804. Location: the Capitol Complex, Jefferson City, Missouri. The figures are: York, Lewis, Seaman, Clark, and Drouillard. The sculptures were unveiled June 4th 2008.

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Corps of Discovery: Lewis & Clark Monument Slide Shows

This section is a work in progress as work on the monument progresses. Sabra Tull Meyer's sculpting of the Corps of Discovery 1804-2004 monument depicting Lewis & Clark's epic journey and marking the Missouri river near Jefferson City, Missouri is being documented with photos. We're putting the slideshows online as they are developed.

Articles on the unveiling: Click for Article 1 | Click for Article 2

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The Makine of a Monument Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery Jefferson City MO
The monument after unveiling (Photo courtesy Jason Jenkins).

The Makine of a Monument Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery Jefferson City MO
The monument installed.

The Makine of a Monument Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery Jefferson City MO
The monument at night.

The Makine of a Monument Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery Jefferson City MO
Final cleaning of the monument after installation.

Sabra Tull Meyer Studios 1904 Woodhollow Columbia, MO phone 573 443 1492 fax 573 817 0751 sculptures@sabratullmeyer.com