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John Coleman Communion With the Tall People  Giclee On Canvas John Coleman

Status: In Stock Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Giclee On Canvas | Edition Size: Limited Edition Of 35 | Dim:36"H x 24"W | John Coleman| Item #: JCCWTP

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Communion With the Tall People - JCCWTP  Giclee On Canvas

NOTES: Communion With the Tall People - Arriving after a pilgrimage to the high country, a young Crow woman seeks comfort, wisdom and guidance from her spiritual brothers The Aspen Trees..

Communion With the Tall People  Giclee On Canvas by John Coleman  is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

John Coleman bio

"I like to tell stories in my work using metaphors that help explain who we are and from where we came. Creating an object means little to me unless I can portray an underlying emotion or analogy. Each piece tells a story in the three dimensional, a visual mythology written by my hands and spiritual imagination, somehow linking us to the past and bringing us to a greater understanding of our ancestors." John Coleman (b. 1949) was born in Southern California and began his early art studies at the Art Center for Design in Los Angeles. Sculpting full time since 1994, John was voted into professional membership of The National Sculpture Society of New York in 1999. John was brought into the Cowboy Artist of America in October 2001, and is a fellow member of the National Sculpture Society. He usually has six or seven works-in-progress at any one time, and will introduce four to five new editions each year.