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"Fears Nothing"
1388m

20” x 30”

This Plains Indian wears eagle feathers in his hair. Why do American Indians wear eagle feathers?  The eagle flies high and is thought to be a messenger from the heavens or a link between the spirit world and man. The feathers are given to tribal members when certain deeds, such as bravery, are performed
 

this painting is currently located at my studio, in weed, nm.
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