Big Wolf Napkins
With this piece John Balloue wanted to try something new. He experimented with color and texture to create a more contemporary look and feel to his work. "Color is the primary means in which the change has occurred. Color is said to be a barometer of emotion and strong color is reflective of a passionate approach to painting." (Balloue)
This is Authentic Indigenous Art. The artist has been paid a royalty for the sale of this product.
20 3 ply napkins
Designed in Canada
John Balloue, began taking art classes after returning home from Vietnam. Having a Cherokee father and an English/Irish mother and not being raised on a reservation, art is a way of understand, keeping alive and honoring his Native Ancestors.
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