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Auction: Wyoming Artist Tom Lucas
Wyoming PBS will be taking bids LIVE through Sunday evening (Dec. 9, 2012) on this Mystic Warriors signed, framed print on canvas by Wyoming artist Tom Lucas – Call 1-800-495-9788 and bid to win this beautiful print:
Online bidding has now ended. Call-in bids will be taken any time, with the winner announced during last live pledge break on Sunday December 9th , no later than 10pm.
Tom Lucas was in the Wyoming PBS Studio Thursday, November 29th, to present Mystic Warriors and welcome bidding.
Many around Wyoming have become familiar with Tom Lucas through this documentary. In this program Tom takes us through the fascinating process of building a traditional sheep horn bow using the same methods of the original Sheep Eater hunters, ancestors of the Shoshone tribe.
About Mystic Warriors and Tom Lucas, the Artist:
The size of the print is 18 x 24 framed. The original Mystic Warriors is a symbolic painting. Lucas has the war bonnet sitting over the Buffalo with a geometric design in the background which is called the Black-war bonnet design. Lucas shows the connection between the red-man and the buffalo. The native people depended on the buffalo for every part of their lives, i.e. food clothing shelter, tools… They used every part of the buffalo.
"It is said that art is a statement of a current time and place, my art takes me to a past time and place, one filled with artifacts and history. Telling stories with my oils is an emotional journey that is a direct reflection of my life experiences. My desire to be a Western Artist stems from my lifestyle as a cowboy, mountain man and outdoorsman. I have amassed a collection of Native American and cowboy artifacts and have acquired an unmatched working knowledge of the actual methods of ancestral tool making. These items and their history are subjects in my still life paintings and the compositions are arranged so as if I am telling a story," Lucas said
Bid by phone now! Your chance to win this print ends Sunday evening, Dec. 9, around 10 p.m.