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Kaplan Bunce

(US, 1977)

Kaplan Bunce, or Kapache1, is self-described as a father of three daughters, surfer, carpenter, artist, and lover. He is a Native American artist who first began experimenting with visual representations of his prayers and ideas about sacredness and positivity as a carpenter saving scrap wood to create Native figures and picture frames. His work has evolved into various other mediums but his themes continue to revolve around prayer and living life in a good way.

“This piece is a dedication to my three sisters and the love and bond between us. This piece is a prayer for good relations amongst family. The four arrows in the right bottom corner signify peace. The red in the bigger arrows going left signifies the path of the eagle. The star represents all creation.” / Kaplan Bunce

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