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JD Challenger Nation Of Ancestors 



      


JD Challenger Nation Of Ancestors   JD Challenger

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: 95 | Dim:45 x 30 | JD Challenger| Item #: GIJC031-SA

Price: $ 1,400.00 USD      

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JD Challenger Nation Of Ancestors   is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $466.67 over 60 days.

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Available for purchase today, December  2, 2016

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Nation of Ancestors Giclee on Canvas Signed and Numbered

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Nation Of Ancestors by JD Challenger Is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Print Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this Art Print is an authentic Limited Edition production from  JD Challenger.

JD Challenger bio

JD Challenger JD Challenger is considered America's leading painter of Native Americans. He was born in Oklahoma with a creative fire that first began to smolder at a young age. He learned color, shading, light and shadow from closely observing nature and drawing what he saw. Always fascinated by the culture and customs of the Native Americans near to whom he lived and soon considered his closest friends, the young Challenger absorbed their stories and traditions. He sketched his observations of their lives. At first, he was reluctant to show his paintings in public for fear of offending a people he greatly admired. Upon witnessing a Ghost Dance ceremony, Challenger discovered his mission and what he wanted to paint. With encouragement from friends, he showed his work to some Native Americans, one of whom was a holy man. Challenger was told, "Your path is to tell our story and educate others." JD Challenger paints the story of a people rich in heritage and tradition. These stories are sometimes poignant, often angry, but always powerful and demanding to be told.