In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, venturesome men spent years surveying the Pacific Northwest Coast, exploring the region and its inhabitants. �Eclipse of The Sun and Moon� presents a scene of the Pacific Coast of North America and the culture contact between natives and maritime explorers. The intrusion was to have a profound effect on native cultures, �overshadowing� their world.
The Indians of the Pacific Northwest Coast established one of the most remarkable artistic cultures known to man. Masks and totem poles were created with symmetry and power, the forms, motifs and colors being wonderfully balanced. �...once the food was stored away, the Indians withdrew into their longhouses, into...
All images Copyright James R. Williamson
LANDSCAPE & WILDLIFE ART
Education: Northern Michigan and Western Washington University after completing military service in the United States Air Force.Serving as graphic artist. Over the years I have created thousands of original paintings and limited editions of local, regional and international subjects. My style and ideas have changed and continue to expand. Given a ‘special talent’, I am committed to painting memorable images of natural beauty, maritime, industrial and military subjects and 'on the lighter side' creating cartoons. Paintings include inland waterways, islands, beaches, mountain wilderness, native northwest themes, tall ships, sailboats, tugboats and working vessels,...
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