Artist's description:

This painting was suggested by one of the "Gathering Of Nations" that are found in many locations in the US and in Canada. They are called "powwows" in the tradition of American Indian tribal festivals of friendship and solidarity but are much more decorative. Indians that perform are dressed in colorful costumes based on original customs but are continually updated to be more colorful. Dances are the focus of the powwows and are staged with one or several participants dancing to the beat of several tom-toms. This painting is a parody of how the the contemporary American Indians have changed from the ancestral traditions.

Materials used:

oil of canvas

INDIAN IV - POWWOW CHIEF II (2017)

$3,500

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This artwork is sold by Joseph M. Hutchinson from United States

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