Lincoln Fox (1942- )
After living in Santa Fe for over twenty years, Lincoln Fox and his wife, Rachelle, moved to the Western slope of Colorado. Fox holds two masters degrees, and continues independent studies in Europe, the Mediterranean, the Mid-East, and Africa. He has been honored with one-man shows in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C., the Kennedy Galleries in New York City, and many museums and galleries across the nation.
A Father’s Aim Monument depicts a father teaching his son to shoot a bow. The piece is also accompanied by the following poem.
“The love parents have for their children is the glue that binds civilizations together. At times this love must be harsh and firm. At other times exceedingly gentle. “A Father’s Aim” shows how the strength of manhood can be reshaped into the gentleness of a dove. The young boy, anxious to please his father, brings all his powers of concentration into the present moment in order to hit his target.” – Lincoln Fox