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Cindy Drawing - Modoc Indian Captain Jack by Cindy Wright

Modoc Indian Captain Jack is a drawing by Cindy Wright which was uploaded on June 14th, 2012.

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I see pain and sorrow in his eyes, I see a man destroyed by the White Man. I am Not from Kennewick WA, I am from Southern Oregon, I don't get why this site decided that I was from there.

I see pain and sorrow in his eyes, I see a man destroyed by the White Man.

what an amazing portrait!!!=Tautvydas :)

Cindy Wright replied:

Thank you so much Taut!

Excellent work - great idea. Thanks for the detailed description

Cindy Wright replied:

Thanks for visiting and making this very kind comment, Lawrence!

Cindy this such an interesting work of art. Great description also! V/F/Tweet!

Cindy Wright replied:

Thank you Bob for your wonderful comment, V/F & Tweet! Sweet!

I like!

Cindy Wright replied:

Thanks so much Petko for your comments and support!

I vote for this piece!

I do this work, add to my favorites!

Wonderful work!

Cindy Wright replied:

Thanks so much Gun!

I also really appreciate your knowledge of the history here. It's important that we don't forget this stuff - especially now.

Cindy Wright replied:

Thank you again, Canis! I wouldn't have been able to know all the facts without looking them up, but having worked on a museum and curating it, I am familiar with it all... So much history out there, of which I wish we would learn and not repeat!

Very good work! I would offer this tiny critique - make the text at the bottom slightly transparent - it's a bit pasted-on as it is, and everything else in the picture seems more integrated - which makes it stand out a tad more than it ought to? Maybe down to 95% would do the trick. Otherwise it's quite beautiful.

Cindy Wright replied:

Thank you so much Canis for your thoughtful comment! I really appreciate suggestions and the funny thing is that before I saw your comment, I went to work darkening the edges. What do you think of it now... I didn't change the text size or make it more transparent... wondering now if I need to??? Thanks again!

Beautifully done Cindy and a powerfully moving piece. F/V

Cindy Wright replied:

Many thanks, Lianne! This piece touches me on many levels... even more than I listed in the description. I'm very appreciative to receive your comment, support and f/v on this one -- especially because I know of and love the amazing Indian image you created: "Native Honor!"

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