Indian Head Sculpture
Designer: Don Foulds
When Built: 1985
When the stretch of the Trans Canada Highway was twinned and moved south of the Town, the Town's business community felt that a large statue might generate tourist curiousity. It was hoped that this would help compensate the anticipated loss of tourist dollars due to the change in the highway location.
Colouration was applied by incorporating cement pigments into the final cement coat.
The sculpture was constructed in Saskatoon and transported to Indian Head.
The sculpture cost $12,750.
Don Foulds also created the Woolly Mammoth in Kyle, SK, the Turtle in Turtleford, SK, the Moose in Moose Jaw, SK and the Giant Squid in Glover's Harbour, Nfld.
Information Source: Town of Indian Head
Picture Source: DMY