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White Buffalo Calf Woman – Hi Definition Vintage Limited Signed Indian Art Print – 16″ x 20″ – Carole Bourdo

White Buffalo Calf Woman

This fine limited numbered and signed print by Carole Bourdo includes a story about the painting. This is a vintage lithographic print.

The actual size of the art work is 16″ x 20″ and when matted and framed the picture would be 24″ x 28″.

Carole, who was born in 1938, spent ten years in close association with the Chippewa people some 50 miles south of her native Chicago.

She is famous for creating the lovely artwork found in many of the Mary Summer Rain books; Phoenix Rising, Spirit Song, Soul Sounds, Bittersweet, Phantoms Afoot, Daybeak, and many more.

Carole Bourdo was honored by the Black Foot Tribe at a special naming ceremony. The ceremony was conducted in Browning, Montana by the present chief of the Tribe, Chief Earl Old Person. She was inducted as “MA-EW-YAKEE” or “WOLF WOMAN“.

Carol’s work is not limited to traditional presentation on canvas and art board. She has painted scenery on cabanas, illustrated a children’s book, and painted a 40 foot eagle on Colorado Springs Bi-Centennial Building, and much more.

Recognizing the need for authenticity, Carole studies people and animals in their own habitat.

She attends and participates in Indian Pow Wows, historic Indian and Mountain Man Rendezvous. Carole has traveled to Alaska to study and photograph the grizzly and eagle in their natural habitat. She has conducted research on the Indian tribes at the Anthropology Archives of the Smithsonian Institute and has done research on the Bald and Golden eagles at the National Eagle Research Center where three of the prints are on permanent display.

Carole’s art has been acclaimed nationwide and has been the recipient of many awards.

She is fondly called “Critter” by her fellow artists and when you see her art works, you understand why! She is now living and displaying her art at her Eagle Totem Gallery located in Trinidad Colorado.

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