The Voice of the Thunder


Craig is going to love these. I mentioned in my road trip post, that I picked up some Indian art greeting cards. Here they are in all their glory. And if you think the art is amazing, the copy on the inside is the best part.

Indian Art

The copy for the card on the left reads, “The voice of the thunder, the lighting of the sky sing to us… and our spirits take flight.” The right card reads, “To search deep within one’s own heart is to grasp the art of living… To live in accordance with one’s own spirit is truly to master it. Listen to the wisdom of your heart… Believe in the power of your spirit.”

Sep.13, 2007 | Category: Art & Design, The Open Road

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5 Responses to “The Voice of the Thunder”

  1. CM on September 17th, 2007 9:22 am

    dude I do love them. I wish had the skills to paint like that. So awesome! oh so awesome

  2. bobby on September 17th, 2007 6:54 pm

    They are so good. There were a few more, but these two were the gems.

  3. Vicky Lee on December 28th, 2007 8:35 am

    Do you have the name of the artist who painted that greeting card? thank you.

  4. bobby on December 30th, 2007 11:51 pm

    Sorry, I don’t have the name of the artist. After I scanned them, I tucked them away for a special day and I cannot find them. If I come across the name, I will pass it on.

  5. bobby on January 2nd, 2008 8:55 pm

    Vicky, today is your lucky day. I happened to overturn the right leaf and found the cards again. The artists are David Penfound and Denton Lund.

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