The latest mini work, "The Long Winters Hunt" as he searches for something to furnish food and warmth for the tribe.
Hunting through the year and especially during the winter season was crucial to the Native Indians survival, and learning to hunt and provide fur and other items used from a kill were critical to sustain the tribe during the long cold winters.
At the moment this work is not available for purchase as it is a possible entry in the Montana Miniatures Show in March 2018. If this piece does not make the cut in mid January , then look for pricing and more details regarding this work in the Western Art section.
"The Long Winters Hunt"
11" x 16" Unframed. Oil on stretched linen
A lone hunter stalks nearby prey as he slowly moves in a better position for a sure kill. With the long winters upon them the tribe has to sustain food and warmth as they rely on the skills
of the hunter.
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