Winter Stillness by David Mann


. Giclee on Canvas - Grande Edition
Dimensions: 30 x 40
Release Date: 2-2010
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Edition Size: 95
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Release Date: 2-2010
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Dimensions: 21 x 28
Release Date: 2-2010
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Dimensions: 21 x 28
Release Date: 2-2010
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Edition Size: 95
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. Giclee on Paper - Signed & Numbered
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David Mann paints the Native Americans with an intimate knowledge of their culture.  This current work is a quiet, wintry landscape in which a lone warrior on his horse waits among the snow-covered branches of a tree.  With his rifle over his shoulder, perhaps this warrior has detected an animal and is on guard for the opportunity to return to his camp with sustenance for everyone.

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About The Artist





David Mann’s life focus has been his interest in the Native American culture, horses, and art. As a child, the artist collected any Remington and Russell prints he found along with books illustrated by Will James, Paul Brown, and Wesly Dennis.

Mann knows his subjects well from studying the history and culture of the Western Indian tribes. Born in Utah, the artist lived among the Southwestern tribes during a two-year mission in New Mexico and Arizona. During his time with the San Carlos Apache, Navajo, and Pueblo tribes, Mann absorbed layers of meaning that give depth to the human stories he tells. This unforgettable and invaluable time spent with the Indians allowed the artist to experience first-hand the stories, dignity, and culture magic of their lives. Mann’s paintings are alive in rich colors, remarkable illusion of day and moonlight, and energetic or quiet compositions.

The artist seeks to capture the personal moment of truth and has the benefit of working with Indian and mountain men who model for him. Mann looks deeply into his subjects, envisioning the joys and sorrows that have contributed to the strength of a culture. The artist’s paintings are known for careful attention to detail including clothing, saddles, jewelry, and the many other symbols and accoutrements that are part of his subjects’ cultures. The combination of heart and mind, and intellect and spirit is told in the dignified presence of the Native Americans featured in the historic settings in which the artist paints them. Mann’s images portray the spirits of the historic, as well as the contemporary west, usually depicting moments in time rather than historical events when deeply rooted traditions provided spiritual and physical sustenance for the Native Americans.

Mann’s original paintings are highly collected. The artist participates in several annual art exhibits around the country; he has been the subject of numerous magazine articles.