Trouble Down South Art Challenge
Painting No. 4
Native American Knife Sheath
Native Americans relied heavily on knives for their survival. Knife sheaths were often worn to carry their knives. The sheaths would be elaborately decorated, either beaded, painted, or enhanced with feathers or studs. Many Native Americans used designs specific to their tribes or reflective of the wearer. Read more about Native American weaponry at Indians.org.
Prints are available for purchase of the painting “Native American Knife Sheath.” Prints are available in sizes 8 x 10, 11 x 14, and 16 x 20 inches (unframed). Email Katrina Williams at stepartdesigns at hotmail dot com for prices.
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I am an artist and an author of southern and historical fiction and short stories. View all my artwork on my artist page at Daily Paintworks.
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