Artist: Sam Two Bulls, Jr.
Tribe: Oglala Lakota Sioux
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
12 x 16
Sam Two Bulls, Jr. was born and raised on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He is a full blooded Oglala Lakota Sioux Indian. He fine tuned his artistic skills at the Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He currently resides on the Pine Ridge Reservation and works out of his home. He is a well known artist on the reservation and comes from a very respected family.
This beautiful painting depicts a lone Indian maiden standing and looking in to the distance as the wind gently blows through her hair. The painting shows mountains in the background engulfed by a brilliant, colorful sky with silouetted running buffaloes at the base of the painting. Signed and year dated by the artist, Sam Two Bulls.
This beautiful painting is a tribute to the White Buffalo Calf Woman who the Lakota believe brought them their Seven Sacred Rites.
12 x 16 acryllic paint on pre-stretch canvas