With all hopes and good intentions, I am attempting to have the butterfly bag finished by the end of the week. Of course, this is spoken by the worlds biggest optimist, so barring sleep the next post I put up should show the finished bag.
Then on to other new works, of which there will be plenty to show this winter. And with our dismal forecast of the worst winter in something like 55 years here, this should keep me off my horses and at the beading table.
Greetings. I am using this Blog to show the artwork I do. I make original Plains and Plateau style Indian art, based on 19th century aesthetics and use authentic materials that were available in that time frame (1820-1900). I also restore and do conservation work of antique Indian art. I am a Tribally Certified Indian Artist and in full compliance with the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990. Recently I have been exploring the world of art glass and the ways of incorporating it into a modern expression of established tribal art forms. Lastly, my other passion is horses. They often influence my work, and give much to my soul. I have quite a bit of material posted on here, so be sure to look back at the earlier entry's. Thank You for looking at my work, and I hope you enjoy it.
If you are interested in my work, I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
MOST OF THE WORKS SHOWN ON MY BLOG SITE ARE ORIGINAL ARTWORKS OF MY DESIGN AND CONCEPT. THEY ARE COPYRIGHT PROTECTED. PLEASE DO NOT COPY MY WORKS OR DESIGNS WITHOUT MY PRIOR APPROVAL.