Being of Iroquois stock myself, a few years ago when the Smithsonian Museum was holding a national Pow Wow to celebrate the opening of the Museum of the American Indian, I took my son and wife to the Pow Wow. The experience was second only to the election of Barack Obama to the presidency on the personal thrill scale. I captured about a dozen very memorable images that weekend. This image, entitled American Icons began as a shot of two tribal leaders sharing a quiet conversation before the Grand March. Ultimately I stripped it down to its bare essentials two magnificent headdresses and the Washington Monument.
One original image of this art is created. The original is signed, and comes with a certificate of authenticity. An open edition version has been created and the image is archived for historic purposes and publication only.
The open edition, featured here, digitally signed is undated and without a certificate of authenticity. It provides you with the closest approximation of an original without the premium cost of the original. If you would like to purchase the original work (and it is still available) please contact Wayne King at email@example.com.
Wayne D. King’s images are a celebration of life, blending the real and the surreal to achieve a sense of place or time that reaches beyond the moment into a dreamlike quintessentialism designed to spark an emotional response. Using digital enhancement, handcrafting, painting, and sometimes even straight photography, King seeks to take the viewer to a place that is beyond simple truth to where truth meets passion, hope and dreams.
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