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Creative juices flow from a vibrant Zuni artistic lineage in Dylan Poblano's multi-media original painting. It is a phenomenal expression of who he is. His mother is well-known carver and jeweler Veronica Poblano, while his grandfather was noted artist Leo Poblano (d). His sister is carver and beadworker Jovanna Poblano. Dylan grew up spending time his family's studio where imaginative-brilliance brewed, so it's no wonder we're captivated by this awesome and unique work.
At approximately 24" long and 20" wide, Dylan's all hand-painted, wood-framed canvas, is securely suspended by a hand-carved arrow element and rope. He utilized both colorful acrylic and metallic paints. The shiny silver numbers and the word "Zuni" within the composition are presented in three-dimensions. They are accompanied by three traditional Zuni Olla Maidens with delightful captions like "3 Generations Olla Polishing Inc", "we use authentic sparkle powder" and "let us make your pots dazzle" all expressing Dylan's wonderful worldview. Growing Corn is seen in the background with rising clouds on the Zuni landscape. Craft feathers and some he specially painted, adorn this spectacular work as well. Extra shipping charges may apply.
"The Clans: Crane (K'o:lokda:kwe)" is an original acrylic on canvas painting by Zuni Pueblo artist, Edward Lewis. A colorful geometric boarder encircles a Crane representing one of the many clan groups in Zuni Pueblo culture. The, stretched canvas on a wood frame, painting measures about 11" wide by 14" tall. The piece is signed by the artist and is part of Edward's "The Clans" series.
"The Clans: Eagle (K'yak'yali:kwe)" is all hand-painted with colorful acrylic paints by Zuni Pueblo painter Edward Lewis. Reaching new heights in dignity and power, this Eagle graces this original work surrounding by a pueblo-inspired circular border. Edward's artistry showcases this raptor's gorgeous plumage. About 11" by 14", signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this eagle fetish will go to the Zuni Eagle Sanctuary. Please see our resources page for more information on the sanctuary.
A brilliant multi-talented artist, Silvester's aesthetic is contemporary and knows no boundaries, setting him apart from other painters from Zuni Pueblo. Silvester began his creative journey early in life exploring many different mediums. His paintings are abstract in nature and draw on his experiences growing up in the Zuni Pueblo community. These stylized figures are painted with acrylic on masonite and then mounted on wood, about 22" long by 12" high.
Daryl Shack, Sr.
We're happy to welcome Alexis Hustito to Keshi's website. This original and colorful Corn painting is reflective of Alexis' regard of this important food source. The Zuni people were farmers and corn was among their main staples. Pueblo people call corn itself "the mother" because of their dependance on corn, and corn's emergence from the primary mother, Earth itself. Pueblo-inspired designs, and perhaps a bird, are seen in the background of this work.
About 14" by 17", signed by the artist. This acrylic on masonite board painting has been professionally framed. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Ricardo Cate, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Not pointing any fingers but..."Now wait a minute - Somebody here, I'm not gonna say who, has no rhythm whatsoever." Ricardo Cate cracks us up! Painted on canvas with bright acrylic colors. It measures 20" long and 16" tall.