I think its upside down.;-)
Ooh... I like that. I love the rich reds and how they're used in the composition. :)
Wow, that's just incredible! The Hopi are so advanced in their shamanic wisdom. Another coincidence: (keep having them with things I see in your blogs!) just yesterday I had a million things to do, but before I did anything I decided to have a session with Hopi ear candles. Ear candles balance the inner ear by removing any buildup of wax. Might sound a bit icky but afterward you feel fantastic. :-)
Jeepers, that looks awesome. I always wanted to try some peyote, Hopi Migration reminds me of a psychedelic poster I once had back in the wild 70's when I was doing my best to be Mr.Cool.
@ Mulled Vine - You know, that's an interesting perspective.@ Tony Single - Dennis Numkena uses a rich palette in all his works. Glad you enjoyed it.@ Spiritual Blogger - Numkena is a true visionary artist and paints from the many worlds of the Hopi. I'm happy you are familiar with these "peaceful people".@ Walt - Well, here's something from the new millenium to keep you always Mr. Cool.
Wow...very cool.Nice new digs ya got here, Margo....
@ YogaForCynics - Yes, Dennis is amazing. I hope you visited his website.Thanks - I love it here!
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