Rossana Kelton ‘Rossi’ (B. 1960)
Signed, titled and date ‘Hopi Charm’, December, Atlanta, 2016 (on the reverse)
Oil on canvas
16 x 20 in. (41 x 51 cm)
Painted in 2016
Fickle Pickle Restaurant, Roswell, Georgia
Collection of Artist, Rossana ‘Rossi’ Kelton, 2018
The condition of this painting can vary widely and the nature of the paint sold means that they are unlikely to be in perfect condition. Paintings are sold in the condition that they are at the time of sale.
EssayRossi’s inspiration for this artwork was a visit to the Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art in Phoenix, Arizona. Native American pottery is an art and a cultural treasure. Depicted are the famous Pueblo pottery from the Hopi culture with their similarities, contrast and interplay of design. Hopi pottery was created only for the potter’s family, relatives and friends for whom the women traded with. She wanted to represent the beautiful geometric patterns and colors of the Anasazi period. She used Dick Blick Premier Cotton Canvas and Winsor/Newton, Utretch and Senelier handmade oil colors. She only ships artwork stretched and delivery includes packaging materials and a Masonite-like board to protect the work.