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The Delegate by K Henderson

The Delegate R by K Henderson

The Delegate, 36 x 36, oil on canvas

This will be my last ‘New’ American Indian painting available directly from me for the next few months as I prepare for upcoming shows. Of course, I have several paintings still available at my wonderful galleries. You may contact them or me for information about available paintings.

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Flames of Many Colors

Flames of Many Colors by K Henderson
Flames of Many Colors, 24 x 30, oil on linen

I had an urge to depart from my usual neutral colored background. Yep, this is colorful.

The title comes from a Quote from Black Elk Speaks, by John G. Neihardt

“And as he spoke of understanding, I looked up and saw the rainbow leap with flames of many colors over me.”

The American Indian girl wears a striped shawl. An eagle feather adorns her hair.

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Whispering Storm

Whispering Storm by K Henderson

Whispering Storm, 16 x 20, oil on linen

 This Plains Indian  wears a black robe and a red scarf. He has eagle feathers in his hair.

His face is painted white with a  Coup Mark.

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The Truth of the Spirit

The Truth of the Spirit by K Henderson

The Truth of the Spirit, 18 x 18, oil on canvas

This Plains Indian wears a feathered headdress. His face is painted white.

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Time of Enlightenment

Time of Enlightenment by K Henderson

Time of Enlightenment, 18 x 18, oil on canvas

This Plains Indian wears a feathered Headdress with bells and lots of red ribbons.

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Forgotten World by K Henderson

Forgotten World by K Henderson

Forgotten World, 16 x 20, oil on linen

This Plains Indian is painted red, white and blue. He wears eagle feathers in his hair.

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Evening Star

Evening Star by K Henderson

Evening Star, 16 x 20, oil on linen

I had a request for a few American Indian women paintings. Here’s the first one.

This Plains Indian women  wears eagle feathers and a red ribbon in her hair.

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The Wild Bunch

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Wildlife. Wild paintings. Wild sculpture. Wild art.

On November 8, 2014, 10am to 5pm, that’s what you can expect from Paul Rhymer, K. Henderson and Robert Caldwell. We’re calling them … The Wild Bunch, and they are the next exhibition from Lovetts Gallery.

Paul Rhymer spent 25 years at the Smithsonian as a taxidermist and uses that experience to create bronze sculptures that capture the living essence of the animals.

“Twenty five years doing taxidermy and model making really prepared me well as a wildlife sculptor,” says Rhymer. “Being exposed to an incredible diversity of specimens and curatorial knowledge gave me a wealth of experiences. I still do some taxidermy to keep up with anatomy and reference for my sculpture.”

You want wild? K Henderson lives off the grid in Weed, New Mexico (population: 63). She spends her time soaking up the wilderness and creating paintings of whatever she feels like, from biscuits to antique toys to Native American portraits.

Henderson is much lauded and collected. She has some renown in at least three completely different art circles. You’d compare her to a best-selling author who’s achieved success using three different pen names.

Henderson is from Tulsa, and always looks forward to her trips back to see her friends and family.

Robert Caldwell always loved the outdoors, exulting in his adventures as a Boy Scout. It was only natural that he merge that passion with another – drawing.

Caldwell draws inspiration from North American and African wildlife. He’s made several trips to the Continent the past few years, and the artwork he’s produced as a result is among the best of his career.

We can’t wait to show you what these talented artists have created for the show. We’ll see you Saturday!

Lovetts Gallery | 6528 E. 51st ST | Tulsa | OK | 74145 Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Evening Star

Evening Star by K Henderson

Evening Star, 16 x 20, oil on linen

I had a request for a few American Indian women paintings. Here’s the first one.

This Plains Indian women  wears eagle feathers and a red ribbon in her hair.

Inquire

See more of my Western Art and American Indian paintings on My Website

 

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