This world is populated with books, documentaries and paintings populated with heroes of the Western European world. This series is meant to highlight the many Indigenous heroes that we have as Indigenous peoples. This is the beginning of our History book.
If you have an Indigenous hero I need to know about, please contact me and I just may add them to the series.
I am using completmentary colors to highlight geometric patterns that I have found in my journey into archives, textbooks and art collections. These patterns come from baskets, blanekts, bead deisgns etc.
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Honor, Challenge, and Transform.
Indigenous Tattoo Portraits
This series of oil paintings highlights figures from historic and contemporary Indigenous tattooing.
This series of paintings is a reformulation of Nlaka'pamux face paintings, pictographs and iconography. These paintings are painted using red ochre and bone black, painted as prayers in the same way some of our face paintings and tattoos were.
This gallery contains tattoo done using hand poke and skin stitch as well as machine. It can be sorted by category.
Highlights Indigenous people from all walks of life who have inspired and continue to inspire us today as Indigenous peoples.
Contains painted portraits of Indigenous friends, family, clients and colleagues using an expressive realism.
In this gallery you will find artwork that does not fit neatly into any other categories. It contains everything from sketches in graphite to watercolor paintings.