1. says

    Sort of. This is a vintage pattern cutting board, 74″ x 40″. They make nice room dividers or screens for hiding whatever. I’ve been meaning to get to this for ages. Thank you!

  2. says

    I love spending time on šunkawakan

    Is that the word for “horses” or is that the word for “damn thing”?

    I am pretty sure my P-nut thought his name was “damn thing” -- that was mostly what I called him.

  3. says

    That’s the word for horses. Wakan means holy or sacred. Horses are Thunder beings, of divine origin. Well, that’s as close as I can get with English, but it doesn’t have anything to do with gods.

  4. kestrel says

    Marcus’ comment reminds me of a story a horse trainer told me. He was in the barn with all the horses he had in for training looking over their stall doors, and his ten-year-old son walked in and said, “Dad, which one of these is a son-of-a-bitch?”. He just wanted to know. Because of course he’d heard Dad call them that, and he wasn’t sure which one.


  5. stellatree says

    Caine, I always notice how much vitality your art expresses, in any media. Wish I could see these in person, I’m sure the energy is even stronger. I love the black background, it makes the horse look as if it is materializing from the dream space.

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