A very colorful and contrasting painting, an Indigenous lodge home is seen taking up most of the focus of the piece. A building is seen in the background on the right side. The orange sky allows the barren trees to stand out. Possible in the fall or winter with the trees with no leaves. This is the home of the Kiowa 6, where they learned to paint and draw under the teachings of Oscar Jacobson, near the Oklahoma University campus in Norman, OK.
I used a reference photo I took when I attended an art function here a few years back. They had this lodge house up and the Jacobson house can be seen in the background. I enjoy visiting the Jacobson House Native Art Center. The history of the location is very fascinating as it tied to the well know Kiowa 6 artists.
Materials: Oil Paints on Canvas.
Size: 8" x 10" x 1.5"