Jerome Bushyhead (1929-200)

Published on July 11, 2012 by Amy

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Morning Prayer by Jerome Bushyhead
Morning Prayer by Jerome Bushyhead

“Coyote Walks By” is the English meaning for the Cheyenne Indian name of Jerome Bushyhead. He has been a professional Artist since 1970. Jerome is a nationally recognized artist for his excellent interpretation of the life of the Plains Indians with his original works starting at $5,000.

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Joanne Harris of the Shreveport Times, in her review of Jerome Bushyhead’s work, dated February 17, 1991, stated:

“In style, Bushyhead is basically a representational artist, even when dealing with visionary elements. At times, his work takes on a quality of superrealism.”

“Clearly, Bushyhead identifies with the Indian hunter/warrior, the provider of sustenance and safety for his people. But it is the hunter’s identification with his prey – characteristic of almost all primitive hunting societies – that the artist has so vividly depicted to capture our imagination.”

“Probably the best thing about Bushyhead’s works is that they are good, solid, mainstream art. He avoids the gimmicky, cliche-ridden kind of Indian art that is seen to frequently, particularly with the current “Southwest-style” home decor.”

“These are works that will endure regardless of fads and trends.”

Source: artnatam

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