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Shikoba Choctaw Horse is a piece of digital artwork by Shanina Conway which was uploaded on November 13th, 2010.
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Shikoba Choctaw Horse
Shikoba Native American Indian Buckskin horse
Original art available in large format canvas, acrylic prints
Choctaw Shikoba means Feather
Copyright Shanina Conway
November 13th, 2010
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“An art is a poem without words” Congratulations on your recent sale of this amazing Work!
Marcia Lee Jones
Congrats on your sale!
Congratulations on your sale
Congratulations on your sale!
Hi Shanina...Congratulations on your sale...Cheers Bob fv
Congratulations on your latest sale.
Wonderful lighting and detail in this impressive large image! l/f
Shanina, Congratulations on your sale !
Congrats for your sale.
Congrats on the sale ! Amazing piece !
This is amazing! Fav
Thank you so much everyone for your lovely comments and to the buyer I hope you enjoy Shikoba for many years.
Congratulations on your sale :)!
Congratulations on your sale!! :-)
Fantastic work, Shanina! Congratulations on your sale.
Beautiful work! Congrats!
Patricia Griffin Brett
Your work is so beautiful & awe inspiring! Glad I found you on here! :) V/F/P!!! ☺♥
Outstanding and beautiful work! l/f
Your work reminds me of an old friend of mine that recently passed away. He was an outstanding and very successful sculptor named
Kan Payne. When I knew him he owned a home in Sedona, Arizona and owned the Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque. His work can still be seen on line. His foundry was located in Jackson Hole Wyoming near where the Classic Western Movie SHANE was filmed. Ken was a historian of the Old West and an amazing story teller. He inspired a painting I did called Pot of Gold that featured Coffee Pot Rock and a Rainbow! thank for the memories, Shanina! FAV / like
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