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Occasionally while hiking in the desert near
my home. I'll get lucky and see a golden eagle. The sight of this magnificent bird soaring
free in its environment always inspires me. The eagle was a source of inspiration for the
Native Americans, too. The Indians envisioned the golden eagle as the embodiment of the
Great Spirit. By wearing eagle's feathers, they believed themselves to be possessed of
part of the Great Spirit's power. To view a golden eagle while on a raiding or hunting
expedition was considered especially lucky. Here three Crow Indian warriors watch the
silent flight of a golden eagle, probably pausing to give thanks to the Great Spirit for
"The Good Omen."
If you've ever been camping out in the wilderness you can relate
to this painting. Picture yourself sitting around a campfire. Somewhere out there in the
darkness you hear something. Is it the wind, a bear, or is it just your imagination? This
Mountain Man has heard something and it worries him enough that he's reaching for his
rifle. You gotta figure a gut this experienced isn't just imagining things. There is
something out there! If you don't believe him, or me, just look at his horse. He hears it
No I'm not going to tell you what the "Presence" is. I'm not really sure........
The components of this scene could all be
found right outside my studio window, here in the desert. Breaking the arid expanse of
rock and sand are prickly pear cactus and clumps of bunch grass. These have taken on the
long shadows of early morning or evening, a very active time of day for the animals that
live here. Black-tailed rabbits and red tailed hawks are common sights. The red-tails
streaking shadow is more than enough to tell this jack rabbit to run. And that disembodied
shadow intensifies our identification with the fleeing jack rabbit.
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