Whispering Wind by K Henderson

Whispering Wind, 30 x 20, oil on linen

American Indians used animals and birds to 'decorate' their clothing, shields etc. They wore the animal skins, claws, teeth, feathers and other parts in hopes that the attributes of the animal would pass down to them.

Birds symbolized anything from Truth, good luck, skill in speaking and many other traits.

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Western art, native american art Recent accomplishments include being accepted into the International Guild of Realism, participation in the American Art in Miniature at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa , OK, Mountain Oyster Club show and sale, inclusion in the Top 50 Mini Paint America traveling exhibit, and being featured in Southwest Art Magazine March 2008 issue and Sept 2008. K. won the “First Place” award during the American Plains Artists 23nd annual juried exhibit, “Art of the Plains 2007”. She has also exhibited with the Oil Painters of America, The National Oil and Acrylic Painter Society, at the Phippen Museum and Salon International Art Show