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  • "Painted Dreamers Watercolor 2004 38x29"

    2004

    Raymond Nordwall

    Watercolor
    Monotype

    Size: 29x20 in  |  74x51 cm

    Framed: 38.25x28.75 in  |  97x73 cm

     
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    ARTIST BIO
    Hand Signed : Lower Left in Pencil
    Condition: Excellent
    Framed with Plexiglass : Wood Frame With Mat
    Purchased from : Artist 2004
    Provenance / History : Nordwall Gallery & Studio, Santa Fe, NM
    Story / Additional Info : The spirit and culture of the Native American lives in the work of Santa Fe artist Raymond Nordwall. Of Pawnee and Ojibwe heritage, he is known for his contemporary and bold depictions of traditional cultures. Mr. Nordwall is recognized for his stunning monotype creations, blending the modern art of printing.
    Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
    LID : 136079
    Raymond Nordwall

    Art Brokerage: Raymond Nordwall American Artist: Raymond Nordwall has been surrounded by traditional Native American dance, music and art his entire life and it has become a huge influence on his oil portraits and landscapes. Nordwall is the son of an Oklahoma ceremonial pipe maker and great grandson of Roam Chief, a renowned turn-of-the-century Pawnee religious leader. He grew up in Oklahoma where he became linked to the culture. He went to Pawnee ceremonies and began dancing in them when he was five. “Besides my family, painting is the most important thing in the world to me,” says Nordwall. “I want to inspire people to learn more about the native culture and our love of nature and the Creator. I'm very proud of my Pawnee and Ojibwe heritage.” He is recognized for his stunning monotype creations, blending the modern art of printing with more traditional oil pastels and pencil. Listings wanted.