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PRINCESS OF THE PLAINS
 Original Oil Painting on Canvas SOLD by Navarro Gallery, Sedona Arizona

 
A young  Native  American girl stopped  and posed for me as she was walking her
horse  down to the river.  She was so regal  in her native dress that it reminded me
of Pocahontas.  In early history, the English people considered rulers and their kin
royalty.   The King and Queen of England received Pocahontas, daughter of Chief
Powhaton, as a princess, to their palace.

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

                                                                       


                                                                                        

RACHEL, APACHE
 Original Oil Painting on Canvas SOLD by Tribal Treasures Gallery, Victorville, California

The  Apache  tribes  included  the  Kiowa,  Apache,  Mescalero , Jicarilla,  and Chiricahua.
They  were  a  fierce  and  warring  tribe.   Here  Rachel  wears  her  hand  quilled rawhide
dress.   Quillwork  was  done  using  the quills of procupines and bird feathers.  The quills
were  flattened  and  colored  and  then  used  to  decorate  clothing,  saddles,  quivers and
other  items.    This  was  later  replaced  with  beadwork.   I first painted in the backround
of  cool  lavender  complimenting  the  rich  gold  of  her dress and picked this and similar
warm and cool color and values of blue and pink lavenders to paint into her skin and dress

Available in Limited Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
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  RACHEL'S CRADLE, APACHE
Original Oil on Canvas SOLD by Navarro Gallery, Sedona, Arizona

Rachel,  a  little  Apache girl, was playing with her  dolls  at Bitter Springs,  Arizona.
Like  most  children,  she is mimicking her  parents in play.  On her  back she carries
a  miniature  cradleboard.   Inside  is  her   stuffed  deerskin  papuse doll.   The  term
papuse  is  said  to have come  form  the babys way of saying  papu  for "father".  Se'
was  added  by  the   Native   American  people and has been adopted by most of the
tribes today.  White people pronounce it as papoose.

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RACHEL'S DOLLS, APACHE
 Original Oil on Canvas SOLD by Addi Gallery, Las Vegas, Nevada

This is a  painting of Rachel,  a little  Apache  Girl  still in her ceremonial
dress.  The   dances  she danced are all forgotten as  she quietly plays  on
the banks of  the river in Rimrock, Arizona.  Her toys are dolls of stuffed
deerskin,  a   miniature  cradleboard  and  a  tipi  made  of  broken  twigs

Available in LImited Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
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SEDONA, NAVAJO
  Original Oil on Canvas SOLD to a Private Collector, Las Vegas, Nevada

Here the artist paints a young Navaho girl with Catherdral  Rock in Sedona,
Arizona  in the background.  The Navajspread out through Arizona, New
Mexico,  and  Utah.  Their  reservation  is  as  large as Massachusetts, New
Hampshire and Vermont put together
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Available in Limited Edition Giclee Print on Canvas and Fine Art Paper
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SHANNA, PAIUTE
Original Oil on Canvas SOLD to a Private Collector, Las Vegas, Nevada

Shanna  Martineau is  from the Shivwits  Band of Paiutes in Southern Arizona
I  captured  her lost  in  thought...in dreams  that were hers alone.  She married
a  short  time  later and had a beautiful baby boy.  I was particularly fascinated
by her unique beaded feathers.   Paiute w omen  of  the  desert  were  principal
family providers   foraging  and  gathering  food  for  their  family.   They  also
become  expert  weavers  and  sometimes  took  over  the  duties  of  Shaman.

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


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