‘Tlingit Mother’

Posted by on May 26, 2014 in the Wood Cuts Gallery, Uncategorized

The Tlingits are an indigenous people of the Pacific NorthWest Coast of North America, including Eastern Alaska. This Tlingit mother is wearing a dark blue wool blanket adorned with shell and silver buttons and colorful ribbons.
Hand Colored – hand signed and numbered,
Size: 18″x 14″ limited to 18

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‘The Weaver’

Posted by on May 26, 2014 in the Wood Cuts Gallery

In Oaxaca Mexico it is common to see the Native women weaving the colorful textiles for clothing and rugs.
Hand Colored – hand signed and numbered,
Size: 20″x 16″ – limited to 30

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‘The Dancing Boy’

Posted by on May 26, 2014 in the Wood Cuts Gallery

This little Native American boy from Ukiah Calif shows a natural talent for the dance as he moves in perfect time to the drumming.
Hand Colored – hand signed and numbered,
Size: 20″x 16″ – limited to 40

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‘The Rag Doll’

Posted by on May 26, 2014 in the Wood Cuts Gallery

This Peruvian child, like all young girls, copies her mother by carrying her doll on her back.
Hand Colored – hand signed and numbered.
Size: 16″x 12″ – limited to 41

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‘The Fiddler’

Posted by on May 26, 2014 in the Wood Cuts Gallery

The Tarahumara Indians from Copper Canyon Sonora Mexico are famous for making simple musical instruments. This man is playing his fiddle.
Hand Colored – hand signed and numbered,
Size: 16″x 12″ – limited to 40

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‘The Quiet Moment’

Posted by on May 26, 2014 in the Wood Cuts Gallery

This Hopi woman from New Mexico is quietly meditating before her customers arrive to buy her chillies.
Hand Colored – hand signed and numbered.
Size: 16″x 12″ – limited to 50

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