Brother of the Land, 48 x 24, oil on linen
This is the second of three Striped Shawl paintings that I'm working on. I love the way the stripes and fold interact Available
"Brother of the Sky, oil on linen, 48 x 24 I was looking at my photos of paintings that I had created in the past and remembered how much I liked my Striped Shawl paintings. Time to paint a new one! Actually, I started 3 Striped Shawl paintings…"
"Destiny, 36 x 30, oil on linenThis Plains Indian is wearing a scarf slide made of German Silver. When fur traders first made contact with American Indians they traded small items in exchange for furs. Silver objects were one of the…"
"Hey, did you know that you can get my book "The Eyes of American Indians" for your iPad for only 99 cents? It has 40 pages each with one of my paintings. I don't own an iPad so when you buy it, let me know how it looks.…"
"When the Bears Have Gone, 30 x 30, oil on linen
The shields of the Plains Indians are prized more for their Spiritual Protection than for their ability to fend off wounds from weapons. Each shield is painted and adorned to give the bearer a…"
"Morning Light, 30 x 40, oil on canvasThis painting has a ledger or robe paintings in the back ground. The one in this painting depicts a Horse Raid. The plains Indian has his face painted white and red. He wears a fringed Buckskin shirt with red…"
"Commissioned Painting, 30 x 30, oil on linen
I used this model several years ago for a painting. A collector saw the painting but missed out on purchasing it. The beautiful model made enough of an impact that the image stayed in his mind. I was…"
I just joined an Art of the West group on this site, different from the Cowboy Artists and Crafts group.
This is an example of a sketch I did when my camera ran out of film, and I wanted to capture what I was seeing... a portion of the Oregon Trail in Wyoming, where 100,000 wagons made those ruts a foot deep in the rock.
K, There is a little icon of a camera in the bar above this blank comment space..click on it and it will open up the app to add an image from your pc, camera or whatever..I hit browse..find the file I want and then hit add and it will upload the image..then it will show up as a bunch of meaningless junk but it will become a picture after you hit add comment...Glad to help...
Welcome to the fire! There is a Artist gathering in Nemo Texas the first week of November for artist and plenty of western models, cowboys, indians, prairie ladies etc. etc ..Doug prine is the owner and coordinator, look him up, he is a western artist too-
Just a heads up-
I'm new to the site and the magazine. What a nice surprise to see you here. I became a fan when I saw your work in a gallery in Scottsdale I believe. Many of my western heroes aren't just those from my memories of western movies and the television of my youth, but more lately the amazing artists that inspire me.
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