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Piece description from the artist

A photo taken in 1893 by James Mooney of the Bureau of American Ethnology showing Kachinas from the Walpi Pueblo in Arizona was the inspiration for this painting.

Paintings have no beginning or endings… no prefaces, introductions, epilogues. What you see is what you get… the exploration of the painted world. Exploring this work involves theory and practice which come together in the realm of emotion. I attempt to investigate this connection and the social nature of the materials themselves.

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48.0" x 24.0"
Acrylic and mixed media

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