Winder, Kwani Povi – “White Buffalo Dancer” Oil and Cradled Board (10″ x 20″)

10" x 20" unframed 16" x 26" framed

$ 2,400.00

This is a dynamic oil painting by Kwani Povi Winder.  It has vibrant colors, deep emotions, and loose brushstrokes.  Kwani seeks to explore her Santa Clara Pueblo Tewa heritage through painting and draws on her religious beliefs when developing and painting a native figure. Through her paintings, she seeks to preserve, share, and educate about her unique heritage.  The piece is entitled, “White Buffalo Dancer”.  It is a side view of a Santa Clara Pueblo White Buffalo Dancer.  He is holding a rattle and lighting stick in his hands.  Beautiful composition and coloration.  The piece is perfectly framed as seen in the photo.  Kwani says of this piece:

“The White Buffalo is a symbol of hope and peace, a connection to and a symbolic blessing from the Great Spirit.”