Hi Everyone, Here’s some highlights from my spring 2013 western paintings. Might be my best output of western work yet. The background in the Nez Perce piece is South Sister from Sparks Lake area close to my house in Oregon. They lived aways north of here up in the Wallowa Valley but no doubt wandered […]
This wonderful painting recently sold to an art collector in Seattle. Michael has recently finished painting a Nez Perces on horse back. Look for these release of this piece in the coming weeks. In March we will be having a show with Ivan a Klamath Modoc Indian. He will be showing Modoc Indian works that were made the way the Modocs have made them for thousands of years. I will send out the announcement once the date has been confirmed.
The Crow, also called the Absaroka or Apsáalooke, are a tribe of Native Americans who historically lived in the Yellowstone River valley. The name of the tribe, Apsáalooke, had been mistranslated by early interpreters as “people of [the] crows.” It actually meant “people [or children] of the large-beaked bird,” a name given to them by […]
Sioux Holy Man near the Powder River.