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Available Works
Available Works in Progress
Design Work & Bronze Process
Hope Bold The Wiz Pit The Bronze Casting Process
Paintings By R Gurkha Cigar Ashtray for 10 Cigars  
Two Brothers Missy Flies  
Night Rider Ralph Confederate Flag  
American Flag Emily, a Study in Clay  
Prostitution Bronze God Bless the House of Cicero  
Single Rose Vase Study in Clay  
Bail Money Early Riser
Miniature Bail Money - Doorknocker Compilation  
Texas Flag Bad Package Delivery Service  
Brother Grimm    
War Flag    
Full Throttle Hangover    
Brother T-Max -- Always Packing    
Arizona Night Riders  
House of Ganem    
Boot Tats    


Wisdom

SOLD. This original contemporary painting is titled Wisdom. At 16" x 20". This brightly colored, acrylic painting on stretched canvas with painted sides is an adaptation of a historic photograph from the early 1900s. At the turn of the 20th century, Edward Curtis documented the lifestyle of Native American peoples of the American West. His close-up, historic portraits inspire this work. The subject is a Native American matriarch.

 

Boxed In

SOLD. This contemporary painting is titled Boxed In. It is an 9" x 12" acrylic painting on canvas board. The painting is of a Native American Indian Chief photographed by the talented Edward S. Curtis in the early 1900's. At the turn of the 20th century, Curtis documented the lifestyles of Native American peoples of the American West. His close-up, historic portraits inspire this brightly colored work.

 

The Prize

SOLD. This contemporary painting is titled The Prize. This is an 8" x 8" brightly colored, acrylic painting on canvas board of a Crow holding a prized seed in its beak. This painting has a slight bend to it that occurred while drying. However, the bend will flatten when framed. The crow is mostly green with bright splashes of purple, orange, blue, red, and yellow.

 

Squawk

SOLD. This original, contemporary painting is titled Squawk. This is an 8" x 8" brightly colored, acrylic painting on canvas board of a bird.

 

Crazy Eyes

SOLD. This contemporary painting is titled Crazy Eyes. At 16" x 20", this brightly colored, acrylic painting on stretched canvas with painted sides is an adaptation of a historic photograph from the early 1900s. At the turn of the 20th century, Edward Curtis documented the lifestyle of Native American peoples of the American West. His close-up, historic portraits inspire this work.

 

Blue Man

SOLD. This contemporary painting is titled Blue Man. At 16" x 20", this cool, blue-green colored, acrylic painting on stretched canvas with painted sides on a 1/2" deep frame is an adaptation of a historic photograph from the early 1900s. At the turn of the 20th century, Edward Curtis documented the lifestyle of Native American peoples of the American West. His close-up, historic portraits inspire this work.

 

I See You

SOLD. This painting is titled I See You. This is a 9” x 12” acrylic painting on canvas board. The painting is of a Native American Indian Warrior photographed by the talented Edward S. Curtis in the early 1900's. At the turn of the 20th century, Edward Curtis documented the lifestyle of Native American peoples of the American West. His close-up, historic portraits inspire this work.

 

Trance

 

SOLD. This contemporary painting is titled Trance. This is a 16” x 20” brightly colored, acrylic painting on canvas board. The painting is of a Native American Hopi Girl photographed by the talented Edward S. Curtis in the early 1900's. At the turn of the 20th century, Edward Curtis documented the lifestyle of Native American peoples of the American West. His close-up, historic portraits inspire this work.

 

Black Crows & French Fries

SOLD. This original acrylic painting is titled Black Crows and French Fries. The gallery wrapped canvas measures 12" x 12" x 1.5" with painted sides. The painting uses textural acrylic paints.

 

Indian Chief With Cap

SOLD. This contemporary painting is titled Indian Chief with Cap. It is an 12" x 12" x 1.5" acrylic painting on stretched wrapped gallery canvas with painted sides. The painting is of a Native American Indian Chief photographed by the talented Edward S. Curtis in the early 1900's. At the turn of the 20th century, Curtis documented the lifestyles of Native American peoples of the American West. His close-up, historic portraits inspire this brightly colored work.

 

The Oldest Papoose

SOLD. This painting is titled The Oldest Papoose. The painting is of the Indian Chief Sitting Bull in his papoose. The painting measures 3' x 2' x 1/2" and is painted with textural acrylic paints.




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