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Tribal Influence Z.S. Liang brings his passion for the Native American story to canvas after canvas

f it weren’t for the giant canvases and easel in Z.S. Liang’s studio, one might mistake it for a small natural history museum. The stuff of Native American people and their long-ago lives is everywhere. Badger and skunk

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skins hang on the wall below the beaded shirt of a tribal chief. A quiver (full of feather-tipped arrows) wrapped in mountain lion fur, its tail still attached, quietly inhabits a far corner. And that’s just a start. Liang uses every one of the items, and many more, to breathe realism and life into narratives

Offering to the Sacred Water Oil | 28 x 40 inches

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Z.S. Liang, Tribal Influences-Western Art & Architecture-June/July 2014  

Z.S. Liang, Tribal Influences-Western Art & Architecture-June/July 2014  

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