Blackfoot Nation

Farrell Cockrum “See-It-Tan” (Front Saddle) was born in the early 1960’s. On Behalf of the Big Sky Country, home of the Native American Indian. As a member of the Blackfoot Nation, Farrell’s family passed down the heritage of their people to him. Farrell adds this heritage to his art work, and has been making his art for over 20 years. He was inspired to become an artist by his family who continued to encourage, support, and challenge him to continue his gift of creativity.

Farrell specializes in handmade contemporary clay sculptures such as, horses, bears, storytellers, and Native American people. He accents his masterpieces with traditional clothing made from clay and uses many different accessories to give his masterpieces a unique flare. As only Farrell can he adds a unique caricature and colorfulness to his sculptures.

Farrell paints on traditional canvas as well as hand making his sculptures.

Farrell signs his sculptures as: Farrell, followed by the year it was made.

He is related to: Glenn Eagle Speaker, Winston Wadsworth, Jr., and William Weather Wax (uncle).

-Southwest Art Magazine (October 1995)
-Guest Life Magazine
-Storytellers and Other Figurative Pottery

-New Mexico State Fair (2) 1st Place ribbons