Like his brother, Pete, Edgar Sumatzkuku is known for his watercolors of kachina dancers, done with meticulous attention to detail, and delicate colors.
This large and exquisite painting of the Hopi Butterfly Maiden evokes Spring with delicacy, precision, and beautiful composition.
Beautifully realized in every defined, yet dainty element, this painting manages to capture the solemnity of a ceremonial dance, the impressively elaborate regalia of the dancer, and the exuberant beauty of the new season of flowers and other plants, which butterflies help to grow.
The painting really needs no verbal description; the combination of assured control of the medium, knowledge of, and obvious affection for, the subject, show in every tiny detail.
Gorgeous, tender colors match the sense of a brand-new season emerging.
To enjoy a garden of delightful flora and butterflies, all year long, hang this beautiful evocation of Spring on your wall. It is all ready to decorate your home or office, bringing beauty in every season.