Tribal Dynamics

Works which speculate on the possibilities raised by some researchers that ancient Celts and others made contact with the indigenous populations in the New World. The writings of Barry Fell are key to this theory. These paintings and drawings celebrate this possiblity by showing the universality of raised stone monuments and other megalithic remains.

Winter Rites  
oil on canvas,   72″ x 65″, 1990

Tribal Dynamics
oil on canvas, 4.5′ x 5.5′, 1988

El Djed
oil on canvas, 6′ x 5.5′, 1989

Invasion
oil on canvas, 5.5” x 6.5′, 1989

Volcanic Warriors
oil on canvas,  5′ x 5.5′   1989

Aztlan
oil on canvas, 5′ x 5.25′  1988


Tula
oil on canvas, 5′ x 3”, 1989

Fiesta Figures
oil on canvas, 5′ x 3.5”, 1989

Native Son
oil on canvas, 3.5′ x 4′, 1989

  Sun Ritual
oil on canvas, 3.5′ x 5.5′, 1989

  Seguaro
oil on canvas, 5.5′ x 6′ , 1989

Earth Currents
oil on canvas, 5.5′ x 6′, 1987

Earth Currents
charcoal, 26″ x 28″, 1987

Carnac
oil on canvas,  3.5′ x 4.5′,  1987

Alignments
charcoal, 26″ x 28″, 1987

Callanish
charcoal, 28″ x 26″, 1987

Reclining Menhir
charcoal, 26″ x 28″, 1987

Rainmask
charcoal, 28″ x 26″, 1987

Prehistory
charcoal, 28″ x 26″, 1987

Aztec Futurism
charcoal, 28″ x 26″, 1987