Abstract Face Painting

Ishkoten Dougi



Ishkoten Dougi studied fine arts at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe; he’s shown with iconic native artists from Tony Abeyta to Fritz Scholder.

He is Jicarilla Apache and Navajo, a celebrated painter, sculptor, and Artist, with a capital A.

Ishkoten is an extremely talented artist who is unafraid to use his art as a way to make his voice heard. He is known for using bright colors, UV reactive paint, and 3-D goggles in his work, and it always makes a statement.

Whether it is with his bold color choices or his choice of media, Ishko can always be counted on to create something eye-catching and thought-provoking.

This is one of a series of smaller abstract face paintings that he has made over recent years.

The materials used are a combination of acrylic paints, oil pastels, and Prisma Color pencils, all brilliantly put together on 100% cotton paper from France.

These are light reactive, and we’re excited to share videos of this amazing effect in the near future!

Totally unique, this is a one-of-a-kind expression that will stand out in any collection!!

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