Skin Walker

Photographic Prints

Small (8.0" x 11.4")


North Providence, United States

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Sizing Information

Small 8.0" x 11.4"
Medium 12.0" x 17.1"
Large 16.0" x 22.9"
X large 20.0" x 28.6"


  • Superior quality silver halide prints
  • Archival quality Kodak Endura paper
  • Lustre: Professional photo paper with a fine grain pebble texture
  • Metallic: Glossy finish and metallic appearance to create images with exceptional visual interest and depth


Wall Art


Artist's Description

Background Photo of an alley that runs through an old Mill House
(Circa 1700’s). To the right of the figure is the old Mill offices. Carts and Buggy’s
unloaded customers here. To keep them from getting wet in the snow and rain.
My Shape Shiftier now calls it home.

There are a few legends to the roots of the skin walker. One such comes from the long walk. during this time, Skin walkers would shape shift to flee the horrors of living under the torture of the white man. It made them faster and the soldiers were unable to detect them running.

Another was that the skin walker was started by the poor community in the old days. At night a skin walker would dress up in ceremonial dress an go from door to door. The more well off people would leave something outside their hogan for the skin walker. Eventually with times changing people forgot about the skin walker and stopped leaving things for them. This led to resentment among the poor and they turned on those who forgot them. And now they exist as a hateful people out for revenge.

Finally there are those who tell of the skin walker as a medicine man. It was started by the Lakota, when they would dress up like wolves to hunt the bison. The tradition made its way to the Navajo people and it was adopted by the medicine men. However, in this legend it does not explain how the Skin walker became full of hate for his fellow tribe.

Many Navajos believe the Anasazi had a lot to do with the witchcraft that runs in their community. Thus, Anasazi ruins and graves are strictly taboo. Its said that a skin walker will use the bones of the Anasazi for their charms.

Skin walker was featured in
SoMBA Gallery Don’t Look Back!

was featured in Breaking The Boundaries
was featured in The Spirit of Louisiana
was featured in Imaginative Skulls
was in Art Inspired by Dreams
was featured in Dark Cabaret
was featured in Core [C.O.R.E]
was featured in JPG Cast-Offs
was featured in REDemption
was featured in Back In Black
was featured in The Secret Society
Pick of the Week 6/16/2010 in, Back in Black

was featured in Dark and Industrial Imagery
was featured in OUTSIDE THE BOX!
was featured in Gallery of Pain

110 faves 12/1/10
Viewed 1595 12/1/10

Artwork Comments

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