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Kiowa Ceremonial Warrior by Art Menchego, Ca 1982, Signed and Numbered Print

Kiowa Ceremonial Warrior by Art Menchego, Ca 1982, Signed and Numbered Print

SKU: 2527

Beautiful signed and numbered print (123/250) by renound Native artist, Art Menchego. (This is an early piece as he went full time professional artist in 1980). This piece depicts a Kiowa warrior in ceremonial dress. Triple matted in a gorgeous bird's eye maple frame - this piece is a must have. 


About the artist-

Art Menchego, given name at birth is "Ka-Whe-Tewa", which means "where there is snow". Born February 10, 1950 at Ta-Ma-Ya (Santa Ana Pueblo) into the White Cloud Eagle Clan (Bald Eagle) where he has lived his entire life.

Like many Native Americans, he learned the "old ways" from his grandmother who spoke no English.  From early childhood, Art began to sketch and draw so that he could record and share his experiences with others. Art learned that the animals and birds with whom we share this land, have powers. In choosing subject matter, Art leans naturally toward the alliance between man and beast. His strong Indian figures depict courage, strength, pride and great dignity appear to draw from the powers of the eagle, bear, or puma which many times joins them on the canvas. Both man and beast, each lending a piece of their spirit to one another for the journey ahead.

Art is an accomplished artist in pencil, oil, acrylic, and watercolor. An indication of his skill is evidenced by the many awards Art has received. Art has won many awards for his work since he made his commitment to his art as a full-time professional in 1980. 


Measures- 17.75 W x 21.5 H x 1.75 D (Frame)

10" W x 14" H (exposed artwork)



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