Monty Claw

Monty Claw Dark Elk Hide with Sun Symbol

$3,250.00
  • Monty Claw Dark Elk Hide Hunting Series with Sun Symbol. 
  • This is from the Monty Claw Elk Hide Hunting Series.
  • The Elk Hide is painted by renowned artist Monty Claw. 
  • Monty Claw of the Navajo Nation from Gallup, New Mexico, is a successful artist in which ever medium he uses. 
  • This is an authentic New Mexico tanned Elk Hide.
  • No one else in New Mexico has this type of Art.
  • The symbol in the center is the Sun Symbol.
  • There are symbols for the weather: lightning, rain, and the mountains.
  • Birds, Deer, and Elk are represented as well.
  • All the conditions faced by the hunter.
  • The Elk Hunter is teaching young ones or family members how to hunt.
  • This authentic one of a kind art work will make a wonderful addition to your home or office.
  • The Tanned Elk hide is roughly 54" high x 49" across.
  • From Made in New Mexico. Ships Next Business Day.  Satisfaction Guaranteed.
With a long time experience in multiple art forms, Monty Claw of the Navajo Nation from Gallup, New Mexico is a successful artist in which ever medium he uses. Being self taught and some studies at The Institute of American Indian Arts, he has taken on being one of the prominent artists of today. Currently he works with jewelry, metal smithing, painting, beadwork, and feather fan making. Monty has been in many publications like The Smithsonian Magazine, and Native Peoples Magazine. He has museum quality collections with the Nelson Atkins, The Nerman Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, The Denver Art Museum, The Sam Noble Museum, and Musée Du Quai Branly in Paris, France. Monty is now working with jewelry and metal smithing. These are works of silver and gold occasionally set with precious gems like turquoise, coral, and diamonds. The pieces he creates are of high quality, with artistic creativity, fine details, and very sculptural definitions that make them come to life. His work is recently sought after by major collectors, museum board members, and major curators. With the support of his family and peers he continues to explore jewelry and metal smithing with a vision of his own setting a path for his stories in the form of art. He has only began jewelry and metal smithing in 2011. Along the way came awards from distinguished events like the SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market, The Heard Museum Indian Market, and Cherokee Art Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Monty continues to grow with knowledge and success as one of today’s and into tomorrow’s light as a ground breaking artist.

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