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At the Sing

At the Sing

Acrylic on Canvas

$6,500

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Scream of the Silenced

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

Dancing on Turtle Island

Dancing on Turtle Island

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

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18th Century Mohawk

Acrylic on Canvas

NOT FOR SALE

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Girl with a

Wampum Earring

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

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She Picks Berries

Acrylic on Canvas

$5,000

As David developed his skills, he painted what was around him; animals, the Adirondack mountains and Mohawk people became his most frequent subjects.  During the past few years, he has focused attention on painting the face and human anatomy.  Most native imagery reflect a common stereotype of the fierce warrior or stoic Indian looking off into the sunset. In contrast, David tries to dispel this false portrayal by painting native people as people who like to laugh and show other emotions.

Morning Words

Morning Words

Acrylic on Canvas

$1,500

Nation's Fire

Nation's Fire

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

Battle Hardened

Battle Hardened

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

Good Vision

Good Vision

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

Laughing Tota

Laughing Tota

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

Messenger

Messenger

Acrylic on Canvas

$3,750

Old Moccasin

Old Moccasin

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

Three Sisters

Three Sisters

Acrylic on Canvas

$4,500

Tobacco Burning Rising

Tobacco Burning Rising

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

Women's Shuffle Dance

Women's Shuffle Dance

Acrylic on Canvas

$4,500

Wampum Necklace

Wampum Necklace

Acrylic on Canvas

$900

Weathering Winter

Weathering Winter

Acrylic on Canvas

$800

Untitled Study 2

Untitled Study 2

Acrylic on Canvas

$700

Onkerhonwe Gothic

Onkerhonwe Gothic

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

Untitled Study

Untitled Study

Acrylic on Canvas

$600

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Raven Gustoweh

Acrylic on Canvas

$900

Turkey Feather Gustoweh

Turkey Feather Gustoweh (Soulful)

Acrylic on Canvas

$2,500

He Peers Through the Trees

He Peers Through the Trees

Acrylic on Canvas

$2,500

Busy World

Busy World

Acrylic on Canvas

$5,000

Smoke Dancer

Smoke Dancer

Acrylic on Canvas

$9,000

Untitled Study

Leader

Acrylic on Canvas

$800

Rhythmic Verses

Rhythmic Verses

Acrylic on Canvas

$4,500

Vocalize a

Vocalize

Acrylic on Canvas

SOLD

David's influences include painters  such as Richard Schmidt, Andrew Wyeth and illustrator Norman Rockwell.

Water Protector

Water Protector

Acrylic on Canvas

$3,200

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Familiar Forest

Acrylic on Canvas

$1,200

Firekeeper

Firekeeper

Acrylic on Canvas

$900

Russ

Acrylic on Canvas

$5,000

Wampum Medallion

Acrylic on Canvas

$800

Hawk Dance

Acrylic on Canvas

$3, 750

Protecting the Circle

Acrylic on Canvas

$2.500

Lacrosse Player

Acrylic on Canvas

NOT FOR SALE

Red

Acrylic on Canvas

$2,000

Hear Me (LOL)

Acrylic on Canvas

$15,000

Elder Statesman

Acrylic on Canvas

$3,500

Kill the Indian Save the Man- Epic Fail

Kill the Indian Save the Man - FAIL

Acrylic on Canvas

$50,000

UNAVAILABLE

presently showing in the Ways of Knowing exhibition

at The Wild Centre (Tupper Lake, NY)

Next Showing: Victoria Street Café

22 Victoria Street, Chesterville, ON K0C 1H0

Private Showing (by invitation only)   April 4th, 7-9 pm

Public Showing (Café Opening Day) April 6th - 22nd (Sat. Sun Mon.)

David Kanietakeron Fadden

David's first influence is his father, John Kahionhes Fadden. At a very young age he would watch his father paint or draw and from time to time ask him questions about what he was painting. Growing up in a traditional Mohawk household (one of six Native nations of the Iroquois Confederacy) , David was taught from the beginning to respect all living creatures and to view everything as living and having a spirit and it is this that is reflected in his paintings. Mohawk ceremonies offer thanks and appreciation to all the things that give us life.  David's work can also be seen at the  Six Nations Indian Museum.

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Clearing Darkness
The First Condolence

Acrylic on Canvas

$10,000

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