Original Ledger Art: We Are the Land, The Land Is Who We Are
Ledger drawings were first created by Native Americans in the mid-1800s following the decimation of bison herds across the continent and among captives in various military forts. Modern-day ledger art has certainly evolved. The images are different now and the necessity of the art form as a way of recording events isn't the same but it honors the journey of Native Americans and their art forms. It uniquely represents the past and present and continues to evolve.
The ledger art that Joe Pulliam creates displays his individual talent and dedication as an artist. He uses watercolor as his medium and for this particular painting, "We Are the Land, The Land Is Who We Are," he has used an antique Johnson's Minnesota and Dakota Map.
It is custom-framed with conservation mats and glass.
Frame: Width 25.75 | Height 22.75 (inches)
Image: Width 16.25 | Height 13 (inches)
All measurements are approximate.
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