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Cherokee Indian original paintings and one of a-kind pieces.  Native American art in several mediums including cast paper, watercolors, oils, and acrylics. Contemporary Indian art from the heart of the Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah,  Oklahoma
 



Tears Through the Snow
Original Watercolor with Cast Paper Sculpture
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During the brutal winter of 1838-39 sixteen thousand Cherokees were marched overland to Indian Territory. During the forced march across a frozen land, thousands of Cherokees died. The hardships suffered by the Cherokee people as they were forced to walk what later would be named The Trail of Tears, to a new home in Indian Territory, would be forever remembered. The strength of these unforgotten people is the legacy that has allowed the Cherokee Nation to persevere through its many trials.
 

 



Crimson Sky
Original Watercolor with Cast Paper Sculpture
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Horses and tipis (teepees) played an important roles in the lives of the nomadic people of the American plains. Mounted warriors returning to camp beneath the crimson sky of early evening. Painted hands, hailstones, jagged lightning and eagle feathers adorn the warriors horse. The warriors horses were prized for their colors and their athletic abilities, a valuable companion on the battlefield, an animal to trust and depend on.
 

 


High Ground
Original Watercolor with Cast Paper Sculpture
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High ground at night is an essential element to survival on the open plains of the western United States. The stallion patiently waits for his harem of mares as the colts play like children on an endless playground.

"When God created the horse he said to the magnificent creature: I have made thee as no other. All the treasures of the earth lie between thy eyes. Thou shalt carry my friends upon thy back. Thy saddle shall be the seat of prayers to me. And thou fly without wings, and conquer without any sword. Oh, horse."
                                    ~The Koran
 

 

The Cherokee Trail of Tears

Cries at Whitepath's Grave
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   Cries at Whitepath's Grave is a cast paper with acrylic oval original
24 x 36 inches.  The grave of Whitepath during the time of the
Trail of Tears was marked by long poles with streamers.

 

Cherokee Trail of Tears

MORNING   TEARS
image size 30" x 40" oil on canvas 
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During the harsh winter of 1838-39 thousands of Cherokee were forced to leave their mountain homes and marched overland to Indian Territory. During the forced march across the snow covered land, over four thousand of the Cherokees died. The hardships suffered by the Cherokee people as they were forced to walk what later would be named The Trail of Tears, to a new home in Indian Territory, would be forever remembered. Like the people who took advantage of the Cherokee Removal the Ravens in the foreground of this painting tear apart a scarf that has Cherokee Nation written in embroidery.

Framed Reproductions / Prints

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Phone (918) 458-1814

 


 

Cherokee Indian Art
P.O. Box 751
Tahlequah, Ok 74465

Telephone (918)-458-1814
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