Sky of Many Lights

by Randy Galloway


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On a trip to South Dakota many years ago to shoot photos for reference, I fell in love with the wide open prairie and the light show at night. Artists in attendance slept in their RVs, cars and tipis out on the site of the photo shoot along he Cheyenne River. The sky was solid with stars and a shooting star was always a special sight. The lights of the fires within the tipis glowed against the dark horizon and created a secure feeling while the nearby coyotes howled. The harmonicas sang in one direction and the drums beat in another direction as I laid there trying to find the animal constellations in the stars. The Native Americans for hundreds of years had no concept of the science of astronomy, but had a wonderful belief of the many lights in the sky—they were the spirits of their ancestors.
This oil painting is 36″ x 12″ and looks fantastic in a contemporary black floater frame with a silver or gold inner band. You choose which color you prefer for coordinating with the painting and your decor. Overall framed size is 43″ x 19″.

    Randy Galloway

    Randy Galloway


    Cave Creek, AZ

    "Like all true artists, my inspiration has been the defining factor in my work. As I often say, “The West is my inspiration. . . every cloud, every critter, every colorful character.” Anyone that has visited my studio, named Twisted Fire Studio, can see this inspiration on every wall and every square inch of space. “Fire is so often related to passion and my passion is art. Twisted Fire comes from the many directions art has taken my life and now I am creating art that is close to my heart . . .my passion.” Born in Carlsbad, New Mexico, raised in Albuquerque, and spending 40 years in Arizona, I have spent my life in the Southwest, surrounded by the inspiration that drives my passion. I draw, paint and sculpt characters and scenes from the Old West in what I term romantic realism. I like to tell stories through my art and the characters that I portray. Most of my reference material is from photo shoots while traveling around the country researching Native Americans of the Great Plains and the Pueblos of the Southwest. Their spirit lives within me and is passed on through chalk, paint and clay. "

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Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 43 × 19 × 2 in

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