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Whisper of Twilight

                     
Whisper of Twighlight by K Henderson
Whisper of Twilight, Giclee Prints on matte paper

Eagle feathers are worn in the hair of this Plains Indian. His face is painted with white clay and he wears a striped Blanket.This 23” x 23” (approximate image area)  print is on high-grade Epson Enhanced Matte paper for the price of $190 plus $10 shipping/handling, a total of $200. Other sizes available.

You can pay by credit card (through Paypal) or check. If you pay with a credit card, I will ship as soon as the payment posts to my account which usually only takes takes a day or two. The print will be shipped in a heavy weight 3” mailing tube by Priority USPS.
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Posted by on November 29, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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Cochiti Pot by K Henderson

Cochiti pot by K Henderson

Cochiti Pot, 8 x 10, oil on canvas

 This pot is painted with black and red paint

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Acoma Pottery by K Henderson

Acoma pot by K Henderson

 Acoma Pottery, 9 x 12, oil on canvas

I’ve painted this piece of Southwestern Pottery several times. It’s one of my favorites. I love using strong lights in my still lifes.

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Sees for Miles by K Henderson

Sees for Miles by K henderson

Sees for Miles, 30 x 30, oil on linen

Otter Breastplates were worn by the Plains Indians and were commonly decorated with Trade Mirrors

Fur traders introduced Trade Mirrors to the American Indians in the 17th century. Reflective surfaces were thought to have mystical powers and these mirrors were quickly adopted for use as decorative additions to warbonnets, otter breastplates and bustles, as well as for signaling mirrors.

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The Voice of Thunder by K. Henderson

The Voice of Thunder by K Henderson

The Voice of Thunder, 20 x 30, oil on linen

This is based on a turn of last century photograph. The Plains Indian is wearing a feathered bonnet with eagle feathers.

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Destiny by K Henderson

Destiny by K Henderson

Destiny, 36 x 30, oil on linen

This Plains Indian is wearing a scarf slide made of German Silver.  When fur traders first made contact with  American Indians they traded small items in exchange for furs. Silver objects were one of the items that were popular

Eventually, items were made expressly for the purpose of trading. Around the mid 19th century these items were made from “German Silver”,  an inexpensive silver-white alloy containing copper and zinc and nickel.

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All We Have Seen

All We Have Seen by K henderson

All We Have Seen, 30 x 40, oil on linen

This Plains Indian has his face painted Blue White. He wears a shell necklace and an elaborate headdress of feathers and beads.

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Vessel of the Soul

Vessel of the Soul by K Henderson

Vessel of the Soul, oil on canvas, 30 x 40

I’ve painted this piece of Southwestern Pottery several times. It’s one of my favorites. I love using strong lights in my still lifes.

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Quills and Cones by K henderson

Quills and Cones by K Henderson
Quills and Cones, 8 x 10, oil on panel

Porcupine quillwork is an art form completely unique to North America. Before the introduction of glass beads, quillwork was a major decorative element used by the peoples who resided in the porcupine’s natural habitat.
In regions where the porcupine was not found, quills generally became a significant trade item.Although it was the practice to use the quills from porcupines, it was not an uncommon practice to use bird quills.
Quills were often dyed red, yellow, green, purple and orange.To get these colors, the quills are soaked in moss, roots, berries, herbs and other plants.

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High Noon

High Noon _K Henderson

High Noon, 20 x 16, oil on canvas

This cowboy is decked out in his hat, scarf, vest, chaps and six shooters.

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