Pride of an Eagle (giclee print)(bw)
"Pride of an Eagle" (bw)
By the late Rex A. Begaye
Rex described this piece as a Hopi sun symbol, honoring the eagle as the bird that flies closest to the sun and the creator.
Rex's pointillism pieces were usually done to the beat of the powwow drum while he was in his booth listening and watching the dancing. The drum symbolizes the heartbeat of the earth, each dot is a beat of the drum.
This is a giclee archival print with "signature authentification" from First Feather Gallery. Available in 8 1/2x11, 12x16, 16x20.
The original is pen and ink on archival paper.