On a recent trip back to Wisconsin I was inspired by the Native American ar I came accross visiting various Indian nations (reservations for those still thinking 18th century). The original painted wood came from an antique piece that I came accross during a visit to McCall, Idaho several years ago. The color has been heightened, but the textures are what existed within the piece. The triangular pieces suggest native TPs. This is a high resolution image that can be purchased in full size. Perfect for a summer cabin in the woods or a flat in NYC or a city in Europe or Asia. Thanks for looking and commenting.
This is the official version: Jeff Burgess is a fine-art photographer specializing in 'fusion' work involving the application of multiple layers of images to create the final vision. His work has been in numerous galleries including the Dunville and Warren Knapp in Seattle, Gallery 8 in Phoenix, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Denver, the Larson Gallery in Yakima, and Marks at the Garage in Honolulu. He has also had his work displayed in a variety of shows around the Northwest. His work has won numerous awards including a Silver Award from the Create Chaos Show with this work on display at the Orlando Convention Center and at the Denver airport. It has been featured in Create and advanced Photoshop Magazines. It is rated in the...
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