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“What Did You Say To Them?”

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Description

A man of many gifts and activities – master cartoonist, filmmaker, artist, teacher and stand-up comic – his cartoons are regularly published in Santa Fe’s newspaper and always reflect “the irony native people feel and express in humor”, according to a peer.

His colorful paintings are original cartoons made for us, and are hilarious, sometimes with a little bite to them but always good-humored.

With vibrant color and a wickedly accurate wit, he presents recognizable human situations that relate to Native and non-Native interactions.

Here, the Natives communicating via smoke signals are astounded by the reaction across the desert – a volcano, belching fire, as well as copious smoke!

The caption says it all, and is an instant smile-maker – if not laugh-out-loud.

We all have experienced communications that produce an explosive response, and often a by-stander will have the same response, whether to smoke signals or smart phone.

Keep this on your wall, and keep on smiling!

Additional information

Materials

Acrylic Paint, Canvas

Dimensions

10" W x 8" H