By T.D. Kelsey
Location: Tucked into the Cashman Greever Garden, visible from the Breezeway going to the Plains Indian Museum
In this sculpture, T.D. Kelsey rendered a larger than life Shiras bull moose, raising his head after feeding on the bottom of a lake or pond. Water is running off his antlers and there are aquatic plants hanging from his mouth. Kelsey said of his favorite art subject, “Animals are a lot easier to be around [than people]—with them, what you see is what you get.”
Since this photograph was taken, Swamp Donkey has moved to the Cashman Greever Garden, where it is part of a water feature.