Brother Wolf

J W Baker

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Brother Wolf Painting

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Hickory, NC - United States

Thank you Reb - I like to think that through my artistic representations of the Wildlife and it's correlation to Native American spirituality and story-telling, I am giving a Voice to our Animal Brethren, so that they are seen as living Individuals who can then be empathized with rather than being so easily dismissed as just "Animals" - EVERY Animal has a way about them and those "ways" can teach us much that we have forgotten about ourselves... In Native American culture the Animals are referred to as "People" - the "Bear People, Fox People, Wolf People, etc." - they are considered equals (sometimes even greater) who just happen to have a different skin.

Verdun/Montreal, QC - Canada

I like this painting.. The wolf has a very human expression which makes me realize him as both man and beast! Really nice!

Silver Mountain, ID - United States

He is beautiful. thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment... i appreciate it very much!

Tel-Aviv, is - Israel

Smiling Wolf... I Like.

Hickory, NC - United States

Anne-elizabeth - Thank you for those very kind words regarding my art - I hope forthcoming works will make any future visits equally enjoyable to you!

Smithfield, VA - United States

JW, How can one person- YOU- be soooo talented? :+} Smile. I like "Brother Wolf." You have not displayed a painting yet that I have not admired. I shall come back to your site often.

Hickory, NC - United States

Thank you Jeanne - you are very kind!

Eldora, IA - United States

Oh, I'm a sucker for wolves!!! This fellow is a doll! Love it!

Hickory, NC - United States

Well the original is still available (and at a VERY reasonable price too I might add) : )

Fullerton, CA - United States

Im in love with your art, so very realistic and definitley worth buying. I love Native American artwork and base my life on it.

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