Starritt Studio

Starritt Studio


Yurok Country Designs features artist Ralph Starritt. Ralph is an excellent craftsmen with metal. He’s been working in metal art since 1952, and had his own gallery in Yreka, California for over 40 years. He has pieces all over the world, and most nearby cities. He’s an elder of the Karuk Tribe, and works with metal and wood. These pictures don’t give Starritt enough credit on how beautiful his work is. On I-5 by Yreka, you’ll see a couple of his pieces right off the highway. Check out some of Starritt’s work on our website,

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Your Halloween creation. It is AWESOME!!!! Thank you Ralph.
The Most Beautiful Amazing Awesome 👍 Metal Art ☝️ I've Ever Seen 👀& I Luv ♥️ The Kool One of a Kind Sculptures & Ralph Starritt is The Sweetest Man 🤝
Thank you for adding beauty and LOVE to the world with your art... Penelope the Dragon is something we always look for on our way up to Oregon..makes us smile each time!
I stumbled upon Priscilla, Dragon Queen, the other day--and loved her immediately. Thanks for sharing your art with the public in such open settings. I just shared my little take on your work on my blog.
Check out this Ralph Starritt Studio creation at Hunter Orchards.
We have a new pumpkin patch tractor...and it's a Starritt Studio creation! We're so excited and very thankful to local artists Daniel Grieb and Ralph Starritt for their beautiful work. Come visit and see it for yourself!

Categorized under Art Centers. Our records show it was established in 1978 and incorporated in California. Starritt Studio, located in Yreka, has provided incredible sculptures to the Yreka community, and beyond.

In Yreka, Starritt is also known for the Miner at the Central Yreka Exit and the beloved Fireman and the Dog at the Yreka Firehouse on Miner Street. Starritt also created the Horse and Rider in Montague, CA and the Pack Train Horses and Rider in Etna, CA.

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Starritt Studio updated their phone number. 01/14/2019

Starritt Studio updated their phone number.

Starritt Studio updated their phone number.

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Starritt Studio Categorized under Art Centers. Our records show it was established in 1978 and incorporated in California.

Meet the Artist of Moo Donna 12/29/2016

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Meet the Artist of Moo Donna Travelers are fascinated by the metal sculptures that signify Yreka’s boundaries on I-5. The cow and calf pair, south of Yreka (Moo Donna and M…


Hey All, look forward to something big coming to the community in the New Year. Hoping you all are having a safe and happy holiday season!




1557 South Main Street
Yreka, CA

Opening Hours

Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 5pm

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