Art and Aesthetics in Action
Written by: Professor Severyn T. Bruyn

Sculpture


Native American Pipe

The head of this pipe that I smoked for years was carved from a block of hardwood. It was inspired by my talks with Native Americans.

 Native American Pipe Carved in Wood
Native American Pipe
(Carved in Wood)


The teepee is much better to live in: always clean, warm in winter, cool in summer; easy to move…
Indians and animals know better how to live than white man; nobody can be in good health if he does not have all the time fresh air, sunshine, and good water.

Flying Hawk, [1852-1932]


African Priestess



Black Tom Jefferson



The Owner of a Hacienda



Native American Pipe



Buddha in the Country



The Buddha in the Wood [detail]



Aristophanes and Euripides




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