Two saguaro cacti reside behind this Koshare guitar player whose eyes are shadowed by the brim of his sombrero while he croons to the moon overhead.
|About the Artist||
(Born 1959, Navajo) Bahe's painting was chosen for the 1993 Poster for the Coconino Center for the Arts. He won an honorable mention at the Navajo Show at the Museum of Northern Arizona the same year.
For several years he participated in the Festival of Native American Arts Outdoor Market. Bahe has also shown his paintings at Pueblo Grande Festival (1993), Litchfield Park Festival (1994) and at Legends of the West (1994).
In recent years Bahe has participated in the Heard Museum's Indian Market held in March annually. His paintings are also marketed through the Heard Museum's shop throughout the year.
|Sight size||23 3/4" height X 17 3/4" width|
|Frame||Double alpha mat boards, Plexiglas, black metal sectional molding|
|Frame size||32 1/4" height X 26 1/4" width|
|Signed||"Bahe" at viewer's lower left|
|Date of creation||Early 1980's|
|Condition||Excellent (art). Minor scratches on Plexiglas.|
|Provenance||BrBr, Arizona art collector|