Western and wildlife artist, Joe Venus of Sandy Utah, attended a Pow-Wow at the Shoshone Bannok Indian Reservation in Idaho. One of the dancers, a beautiful lady in blue caught his eye.
She inspired Venus to paint a representation of pride of the Shoshone Nation. Craftsmanship, design, color; and respect for Mother Earth, are symbols of the Shoshone.
|Shoshone Blue||Original Sold|
|Giclee printed on 100% acid free Archival paper|
|Image size 16" x 20" $179.99 plus shipping|
|| Wildlife |||| Native American |||| Prehistoric Fremont Culture |||| Utah Ice Age |||| Mountain Men & Cowboys ||
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