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Kokopelli, The Horse Trainer - Stock Image

Stock Illustration: 16462444
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Description

Kokopelli is a hunch backed, flute playing, Native American cultural spirit. This whimsical illustration shows him as a horse charming trainer, dancing with the animal as he hypnotizes it with his magic and brings it under his control with a song. This traditional watercolor was created by me, Sandy Sandy, in 2011. Notice the variety of soft, hard and rough edges. Here translucent watercolor shows off the granular imperfections of natural pigments. Interesting color transitions flow and mingle in an organic way, like only TRUE watercolor paint can. This image was painted with real water, synthetic brushes and quality tube watercolors on handmade textured cotton rag paper from France. I am very comfortable with this wet-into-wet watercolor technique and have been using the same methods and art materials for over three decades.
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