MASTER OIL PAINTER (1947-1998)
EARL BISS lived between worlds.
He balanced the divide between Native American ways and the dominant society of European influence.
His brush traced that very thin line between the spiritual and physical worlds - an edge that can only be seen with the heart.
Silouettes in the Morning Sun, 1998, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in.
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"This is very much mixing the spiritual with the material. I’m coming up with something on a two-dimensional plane. It’s a very spiritual world. The way I paint, the way I live, is all very spiritual. You know, I can’t help it that I’m confined to this body. And I can’t help it that I’m limited in my means of communication. I try to be as literal as possible. I try to become familiar with as many types of verbology as possible because I feel that what I have to say is very important."
~ Earl Biss
Earl Biss (1947-1998)
Photo by Louisa Davidson