Plains Indian Life
The Plains Indians of the American West lived rich and varied nomadic lives. Their lives were full of adventure, freedom, hunting, battles, and intense, all-pervasive spirituality they lived by, very naturally, as they followed the buffalo across the plains. They lived as one with nature at all times. All orders include shipping costs. The EA Copyright logo will NOT appear on prints.
Plains American Indian Life - Bringing in the Watch Eyed Colt. Medium watercolor, pastel. Archival quality giclee print.The cycle of life is represented throughout this painting-mother and child, mare and colt, life in the tipi village. Villages were lively places full of singing, talking, neighing horses, barking dogs, children laughing and playing, crackling fires, bells, drums, and hoofbeats. They were full of life.
Plains American Indian Life - Proud Young Cheyenne and Captured Horse. Medium watercolor and pastel. Archival quality giclee print. This painting represents the first horse this young man has brought in. He rides proudly through the village, for this is another step towards manhood. He will claim the horse as his.