Chilled, with limited visibility, horse and rider are encircled by a winter storm
|About the Artist||
(1937-2014) This Navajo artist with an Indian name Blackhair worked in oil, acrylic, watercolor, tempera, sand as well as mixed media. This artist depicted cultural icons of his people as well as those related to various pueblo people.
Warner competed in art exhibits and shows as early as 1968. He won awards at Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonials, at the Heard Museum Indian Markets, at the New Mexico State Fair and at the Scottsdale National Indian Arts and Crafts for several years.
Warner is named in the Tanner book, Southwest Indian Painting A Changing Art (1973) as well as Dr. Patrick Lester's The Biographical Director of Native American Painters.
|Medium||Gouache on paper board|
|Signed||"Warner (Blackhair)" at viewer's lower right|
|Board size||20" height X 16" width|