Hey Randy, it is very nice. I've always wanted some good paintings hanging the walls of my home - guess I might need a bigger house first! Duncan In Kuantan
Wonderful works by this artist. I visited his website via your link and was most impressed, especially with his works using old maps as a canvas. Excellent post and link!
Very beautiful. I'm impressed with the way the artists are using/recycling various materials. This painting reminds me a bit of the guy who used to draw sports pictures for Playboy...Neimann?
It has and obviously intended archaic style and the colors are striking. Thanks for the link!
Beautiful, I'll have to go and check out your link.
I like the bright colors!
This style interests me also.
What a fantastic piece of ledger art! I first learned about ledger art last year in a Native American Literature class, and since then, I've really appreciated seeing different pieces.
That's wonderful -- looks like an ancient artifact.
This one would look perfect on my wall!
I've seen his work before and I really like it. Using those old ledger paper is very clever.
Love this style!
THAT is gorgeous!
I really like it too!
I like the style and the colors. Really beautiful.
Like his style. Now I'm off to check that link...
That's a really beautiful piece of art!
Isn't that interesting. It looks Japanese, not Indian.
Reminds me of some of the early paintings at the American Indian Art School.
Very interesting artwork! :)Léia
Cool. It looks like a Winter Count.I've been scouring the SWAIA website while being away from your blog, lol!
I like the style. The colors are so vivid.
I like it very much also Randy, that's a great link to see more of his work thanks.
So much detail!
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