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        KEEYA'S PLAYTIME
 Original Oil on Canvas SOLD to Private Collector, Calabasas California

Keeya,  a  little  girl  from  the  Shivwits   Bank  of  Paiutes  in  Southern
Arizona,  plays  gleefully  in  her  favorite   tree.    When  she  grows  up,
she  will  be  known,  along  with  other  Pauite  women, as  the "women
of  the  desert", respected  and  admired.  They are especially  renowned
for  their  superior  basket  weaving.  The  Pauite  name  is  said to mean
"Water Ute, or True Ute".

Available in Limited Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
Various sizes available within the Edition








PAINTED BUFFALO ROBE
Original SOLD by Tribal Treasures Galler, Victorville, California


The  American  bison,   we  call  the buffalo, provided  everything
 the Plain s Indians  needed - food,  clothing,  weapons and  shelter.
Buckskin  is  usually  thought  of as deerskin.  However, buckskin
was made from other skins and  hides such as buffalo.  Sometimes
the hair  was left on the softened skin.   The paint used to paint the
skins  was  made from  animal  parts and nature,  such  as  flowers,
bark  and  other  vegatable  matter
.


Available in Limited Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
Various sizes available within the Edition



 

 


LITTLEST APACHE
Original Oil on Canvas in President Clinton's Collection, Washington D.C.

This  little Apache baby girl was dressed in a natural combination of the primary
colors of red, yellow and blue.  Her sweet face stole my heart.  Her dress told me
that she was  proud of  her Apache heritage.   A represenataive working for Addi
Galleries  sent  this  little painting to President Clinton.  We received a thank you
signed  by  the  President.  I  was  told that it was now  apart of the White House 
Museum Collection

Now Available in OPEN Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
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MUSIC OF THE PAIUTE SISTERS
Original Oil on Canvas SOLD to Private Collector, Las Vegas Nevada

This  is  a  painting  of  Shanna  and  Jetta Martineau, who are Native American
sisters.    Flutes  were  widely  used  among  the  Indian  people.   If you quietly
listen,  you  can  almost  hear  the  music.   Their  dresses  and flutes display the
traditional  colors  of   red,  yellow,  and  blue  designs  in  painting,  beadwork
and  quiltwork  handed  down  from  their  ancestors.   On  the  right side of the
painting,  I have painted  a basket  as a tribute.   The Paiute  women  were well
known  for their  superior basket weaving.  I painted them inside a tipi.  A light
through the opening above gently falls illuminating their figures and the basket.

Now Available in OPEN Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
Various sizes available within the Edition


                                                                             

      NAVAJO GIRL AND HER PONY  
Original Oil on Canvas SOLD to a Private Collecter from , Sedona, Arizona    

The  Indians of  the American Southwest were  the  first to obtain
the   horse.   Some  considered  it  sacred.   Here  the  artist paints
a young Navaho girl with her horse, her  most prized  possession.
She  is also  wearing  the  traditional  silver jewelry of the Navajo
that  today  is  very  popular  because of its beauty and traditional
design  and  is also worn by many that  are  not of Navajo descent

Now Available in OPEN Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
Various sizes available within the Edition

    
                                     
                                           


                            


     

 NORTHERN CHEYENNE 1850'S TO 1870'S
 
     Original Oil on Canvas SOLD to Private Collector, Las Vegas Nevada

This painting of a Northern Cheyenne Native American Indian depicted 
during  the 1850 to 1870's is  dressed in his Native American Cheyenne
 Indian dress  and  full feather head dress on a paint horse.  He's standing
in the Cheyenne River breaks in South Dakota.

Now Available in OPEN Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
Various sizes available within the Edition

 


                            

                          
 PLAINS WOMEN BARTERING
Original Oil on Canvas AVAILABLE 24"h x 36"w
Available for resale by Private Collector
Contact Artist at  shop@barbarasullivan.com to inquire

On  the  Cheyenne  River in South Dakota, a Native American woman is watering
her  horse.   Another  approaches and offers  her  some pony beads in exchange for
a  fur.  She  will  make warm leggings, from the fur, for winter.  Beads are worn as
decorations,  woven  into  belts, leggings, headdresses, moccasins, other articles of
dress  and ceremonial pieces.  Pony bead was popular among the Plains Indians, as
it was twice the size of the seed bead

Now Available in OPEN Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
Various sizes available within the Edition



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