James Bama - Sage Grinder
My model for this painting was a young Navajo girl, a student at Brigham Young University. One summer, on the outskirts of Cody, she and a number of other Indians re-created an early native village to demonstrate the manner in which the Indians lived before the arrival of Columbus. Charging admission, they taught such crafts as sage-grinding, cooking and the making of weapons. The entire encampment was all very well done. It was a rare opportunity for me to pose them and to produce a series of paintings (Pre-Columbian Indian with Atlatl & Pre-Columbian Indian are included in this group). Before the summer ended they packed up camp and disappeared. I have not heard from them since. - JB
Processing...

James Bama - Sage Grinder


Release Year: 2012
Size: 14 x 18
Form: limited edition giclée on canvas
Edition Size: 75 numbered and hand signed by the artist
Artist Proofs: call or email to check on availability
Custom Framing: available upon request

Product Code: BAMSA2
  • Gallery Price:

  • $395.00
Quantity:


If you are having difficulty using our "email for price" or "bid" forms, please call us or switch to another internet browser (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, etc.)

Share this product with your friends.


Coupons and Shipping Specials