Spirit Road from Wounded Knee

Spirit Road from Wounded Knee



Currently viewable at the Hook  Gallery   www.hookgallery.com in Westport, KCMO.

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9 Responses to Spirit Road from Wounded Knee

  1. lesliepaints says:

    Is this black watercolor, Eva? It is beautiful. I like the feeling you achieved with this and will probably like it more once I learn more about Wounded Knee. The small hints of form at the bottom really support this wet in wet piece.

    • Yes, Leslis, this is black Yasutomo Sumi-e watercolor ‘laid’ on a clear water wash. The figures are outlined with Sakura black pen. I find the Japanese pigments absolutely wonderful for my style. This piece along with “We Will Dance!” and “Jourrney” were done to honor the approximately 300 children, women and men massacred at Wounded Knee on December 29, 1890.

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  3. Carol King says:

    Hey Eva, This is very atmospheric. I like the pen work on the bottom very much.

  4. Val Erde says:

    This is beautiful.

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