Navajo Painting Kachina Dolls by JC Black.
Navajo painting from the heart of the Indian Nation. The artist, JC Black, is known for his portrayal of traditional Navajo subjects with amazing light and color. A night time dance with many kachinas makes its way through the Kiva by firelight as people watch from the distance. Here the mystery and power of the dances is revealed. The costumes and jewelry glow with color and the dancers really come to life. This high quality Navajo Giclée is printed on premium heavy paper. The original acrylic Navajo painting was professionally reproduced with J.C. Black's permission. This process is incredibly accurate, the brilliance and depth of the colors is amazing. These prints precisely capture every brush stroke and Black's exceptional use of color. Only five were made and each is signed with pen by J.C Black. Painted by Navajo artist J.C. black. The print is 24" by 36" with a 1-3/4" white border and is unframed.
Navajo artist J.C. Black resides in Red Valley, AZ on the Navajo Reservation. He started his Navajo painting when he was about 11 years old by teaching himself. His artwork focuses on the Navajo experience and can be ordinary and realistic as well as inspiring and imaginative.
These Navajo prints are shipped rolled in a tube. A local craft or frame store can mount this quality Navajo Painting Giclée for a fraction of what it costs to safely ship mounted. Please call to discuss arrangements for shipping mounted Giclées.