Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Indigenous Arts: Where the Thunder Dwells

Photo copyrightWings, 2016; all rights reserved.
Now posted at The NDN Silver Blog, it's the last entry for July in our series on Indigenous Arts. This week, we look at a popular symbol in the Native art of the region, one that happens to be one of Wings's own favorites: a symbol of the place where the thunder dwells.

The post is here. Wings's main page is here. I'm too exhausted to deal with links tonight (it's been . . . a day), but the works pictured are fairly evenly split between sold items and those still available (and all of the photographs are available in at least one format); simply inquire via the site's Contact form. And, as always, sales are much needed (especially now, so shares of the site links are much appreciated.

P.S. Tomorrow, I'll be featuring Wings's latest work, fabulously simple and simply fabulous. Look for it around midday. 

All content, including photos and text, are copyright Wings and Aji, 2016; all rights reserved. Nothing herein may used or reproduced in any form without the express written permission of the owner.

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