Jim Nelson

Jim Nelson’s paintings are a metaphor for a spiritual connection to the natural world: “The subject matter I paint is not a modern Indian, but a people at a period of time when animal spirits were tied to everyday life. These people knew their placement on the great circle of life; they lived close to their grandmother (Earth Mother) and were guided by their grandfather (Sky Father). In our modern world, an inquisitive public is reaching back into the ancient times for a simpler way of life and the basics; the sky, the earth and the open prairie.”

Below are examples of Jim Nelson’s work. ┬áPlease contact us for more information.

Mid Day Hunter

Earth Mothers Return

Seeks the Spotted Pony

Yellow Hands Robe

Speaks for the Ravens

Quilt

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Looks for the Red Pony

Seven Ravens

Earth Mother Dancing Series

Spirit Horse

Yellow Hands Women

Call Her Sister

He Puts His Stamp On ‘Em

Night Watch

Ravens Walk

She Chases the White Horses

Eye of the Hunter

Sign of the Bear

Warrior’s Vision

The Star People Sent Him

The Bird Woman

Keeps the Flag Woman

Keeps the Flag Woman

The Raven Chief

The Raven Chief

Buffalo Country Today

Buffalo Country Today

Nations

Nations

Eagle Horse

Eagle Horse

Yellow head Speaks to the Old Woman

Yellow head Speaks to the Old Woman