Jodi Miller

Howling Coyote celebrated one of the most durable and adaptable wild canine neighbors who are at once as cunning and crafty as they are stoic and charming. Coyotes persist to be one of the most adaptable and least tolerated wild predators in North America. Howling Coyote was constructed with hay, a persistent organic material referencing the persistent culture of the agricultural southwest. The sculpture was 10 foot tall howling coyote and rested on a two tiered hay-bale platform, lit up at night by solar powered lights. Photos provided by Jodi Miller.