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The Buffalo Dance By James Bama

By James Bama

The Buffalo Dance by James Bama

Is a vertical image with a native American Indian dressed in a bison headdress and a couple of bison skulls in front of him. Western and Indian artist James Bama is one of our countries foremost western artist of all time.

"The Indian names for the buffalo dance are Tatanka or Tatank and Wachipi or Watcipi. It's done to call the buffalo before the hunt. In the dance, they pretend they are the buffalo and feign its movements. We actually recreated the ceremony right outside my studio window, which is a place the Plains Indians might have done the buffalo dance a hundred and fifty years ago.

"There are buffalo tracks repeated on my model's leg and shield. The lance he's carrying has a hoop, a scalp and a cartridge case on it. Just like the horse tracks in 'Making Horse Medicine,' it's all geared to having a successful buffalo hunt on which their livelihood and survival depended." ~ James Bama

Each print of The Buffalo Dance has been hand signed and numbered by the artist James Bama. Each of the prints have a 20 x 16 image size. $sold out.

The Buffalo Dance was released July of 1993 as a signed and numbered limited edition western art print. Western And Wildlife art prints for sale framed any way you want or unframed. Order yours today. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition.

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