eBay
  • Daily Deals
  • Sell
  • Customer Support

Bidding has ended on this item. The seller has relisted this item or one like this.

 
Ships to:
United States and many other countries | See details
Delivery:
 
Ships to:
United States and many other countries | See details

Details about  COMANCHE ARTIST TIM SAUPITTY BLACK KNIFE WARRIOR SOCIETY FRAMED PRINT FROM 1999

See original listing
COMANCHE ARTIST TIM SAUPITTY BLACK KNIFE WARRIOR SOCIETY FRAMED PRINT FROM 1999
COMANCHE-ARTIST-TIM-SAUPITTY-BLACK-KNIFE-WARRIOR-SOCIETY-FRAMED-PRINT-FROM-1999
Item Ended
Item condition:
Used

EXCELLENT CONDITION, SOLID WOOD FRAME

Ended:
Apr 14, 2013 10:32:06 PDT
Starting bid:
US $149.00
0 bids ]
Shipping:
FREE Expedited Shipping | See details
Item location:
Rochester, New York, United States

More chances to get what you want Feedback on our suggestions

Description

eBay item number:
230959738626
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.

Item specifics

Condition: Used : Split the cost with friends
An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
Seller Notes: EXCELLENT CONDITION, SOLID WOOD FRAME
Country of Manufacture:

United States

Tribal Affiliation:

COMANCHE

Artisan:

TIM SAUPITTY

 BLACK KNIFE WARRIOR SOCIETY (TU-WE-KA), FRAMED PRINT by TIM SAUPITTY. PERFECT CONDITION, BEAUTIFUL SOLID WOOD FRAME. SIGNED. TOO MUCH ARTWORK, TOO LITTLE WALL. SORRY THE PICTURES HAVE SO MUCH GLARE, THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL PRINT. HERE IS SOME INFO ON MR. SAUPITTY:
Share This Profile
This profile was last updated on 11/10/12 and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Tim Saupitty

Wrong Mr. Tim Saupitty?

Artist

Comanche Nation Enterprises Inc
Phone: (580) ***-****  HQ Phone
  Comanche Nation
402 S.E. "F" Ave. ~ P.O. Box 1671
Lawton, Oklahoma 73502
United States

Company Description: Since April of 2000, the Comanche Nation has provided law enforcement service for its people. Since its humble reorganization, the department has grown to the...   more

Background

Employment History

  • Artist
6 Total References
Web References
Artist: Tim Saupitty; ...
www.comanchenation.com, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
Artist: Tim Saupitty; Comanche
But for a special project commissioned ...
www.fox23.com, 14 May 2010 [cached]
But for a special project commissioned by the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center, Tim Saupitty has found that recreating his uncle's work by way of a rare medium has evolved into a way for him to help preserve a rich historical record. Saupitty created a replica of a Nazi armored fighting vehicle flag that his grandmother's brother, Larry Saupitty, used to record his World War II journey through Europe and history as one of the legendary Comanche Code Talkers.
...
"It's an honor to do it, to show our people, as well as the public, some history our history," Tim Saupitty said. The artist painstakingly brush-stroked lettering to match his grand-uncle's writing, rarely looking up from the task at hand while speaking. Using a mosaic of scale photos taken of the original banner, the artist focused on the details. Tim Saupitty is a well-known Comanche artist who has been at his craft full time for the past 17 or 18 years. Art is who he is, he said.
...
Tim Saupitty honed his artist's skills as the "baby" of the Comanche Gallery of Art group in the 1980s artists that included Leonard Riddles, Cynthia Clay, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Woogie Watchetaker and Wakeah Bradley.
...
"That's a whole world of Indian art I studied under," Tim Saupitty said.
...
Tim Saupitty is known for his works depicting the warrior and mystical elements of Southern Plains Indian culture. While the latest project could be considered more typographical than expressive, he sees the project as an extension of what he generally does "It's a different avenue of the same street."
...
The original flag was repeatedly photocopied so that when each piece was put in place it created a scale template of the original for Tim Saupitty to work with. Wahahrockah-Tasi said it has taken more than a year to work out the project's logistics, find the materials and commission Tim Saupitty for the job.
...
And some of the writing on the original flag is illegible due to its age and condition, Tim Saupitty said. Through the month of February, Tim Saupitty worked on the project with the zeal of a one who knows the importance of the job at hand. Each careful stroke of acrylic paint on nylon was brushed with a focus toward a bigger picture, he said. "Artists are historians a little," Tim Saupitty said.
...
"It's priceless, man," Tim Saupitty said.
But for a special project commissioned ...
www.nativetimes.com, 19 May 2010 [cached]
But for a special project commissioned by the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center, Tim Saupitty has found that recreating his uncle's work by way of a rare medium has evolved into a way for him to help preserve a rich historical record. Saupitty created a replica of a Nazi armored fighting vehicle flag that his grandmother's brother, Larry Saupitty, used to record his World War II journey through Europe and history as one of the legendary Comanche Code Talkers.
...
“It's an honor to do it, to show our people, as well as the public, some history our history,†Tim Saupitty said. The artist painstakingly brush-stroked lettering to match his grand-uncle's writing, rarely looking up from the task at hand while speaking. Using a mosaic of scale photos taken of the original banner, the artist focused on the details. Tim Saupitty is a well-known Comanche artist who has been at his craft full time for the past 17 or 18 years. Art is who he is, he said. You could say it's in his blood his father, Kenneth is an artist, as was Larry Saupitty. “He (Larry Saupitty) was a prolific artist, as well,†Phyllis Wahahrockah-Tasi, museum director, said of the code talker. “This is a form of artwork on this flag.†“Tim is the most appropriate person for this project to get the job done and to keep it within the Saupitty family,†she said. Tim Saupitty honed his artist's skills as the “baby†of the Comanche Gallery of Art group in the 1980s artists that included Leonard Riddles, Cynthia Clay, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Woogie Watchetaker and Wakeah Bradley.
...
Tim Saupitty is known for his works depicting the warrior and mystical elements of Southern Plains Indian culture. While the latest project could be considered more typographical than expressive, he sees the project as an extension of what he generally does “It's a different avenue of the same street.â€
...
The original flag was repeatedly photocopied so that when each piece was put in place it created a scale template of the original for Tim Saupitty to work with. Wahahrockah-Tasi said it has taken more than a year to work out the project's logistics, find the materials and commission Tim Saupitty for the job.
...
And some of the writing on the original flag is illegible due to its age and condition, Tim Saupitty said. Through the month of February, Tim Saupitty worked on the project with the zeal of a one who knows the importance of the job at hand. Each careful stroke of acrylic paint on nylon was brushed with a focus toward a bigger picture, he said.
But for a special project commissioned ...
www.nativetimes.com, 17 May 2010 [cached]
But for a special project commissioned by the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center, Tim Saupitty has found that recreating his uncle's work by way of a rare medium has evolved into a way for him to help preserve a rich historical record. Saupitty created a replica of a Nazi armored fighting vehicle flag that his grandmother's brother, Larry Saupitty, used to record his World War II journey through Europe and history as one of the legendary Comanche Code Talkers.
...
"It's an honor to do it, to show our people, as well as the public, some history our history," Tim Saupitty said. The artist painstakingly brush-stroked lettering to match his grand-uncle's writing, rarely looking up from the task at hand while speaking. Using a mosaic of scale photos taken of the original banner, the artist focused on the details. Tim Saupitty is a well-known Comanche artist who has been at his craft full time for the past 17 or 18 years. Art is who he is, he said.
...
"Tim is the most appropriate person for this project to get the job done and to keep it within the Saupitty family," she said. Tim Saupitty honed his artist's skills as the "baby" of the Comanche Gallery of Art group in the 1980s artists that included Leonard Riddles, Cynthia Clay, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Woogie Watchetaker and Wakeah Bradley.
...
"That's a whole world of Indian art I studied under," Tim Saupitty said.
...
Tim Saupitty is known for his works depicting the warrior and mystical elements of Southern Plains Indian culture. While the latest project could be considered more typographical than expressive, he sees the project as an extension of what he generally does "It's a different avenue of the same street."
...
The original flag was repeatedly photocopied so that when each piece was put in place it created a scale template of the original for Tim Saupitty to work with. Wahahrockah-Tasi said it has taken more than a year to work out the project's logistics, find the materials and commission Tim Saupitty for the job.
...
And some of the writing on the original flag is illegible due to its age and condition, Tim Saupitty said. Through the month of February, Tim Saupitty worked on the project with the zeal of a one who knows the importance of the job at hand. Each careful stroke of acrylic paint on nylon was brushed with a focus toward a bigger picture, he said. "Artists are historians a little," Tim Saupitty said.
...
"It's priceless, man," Tim Saupitty said.
Tim Saupitty is a well-known ...
www.intertribalvisions.com [cached]
Tim Saupitty is a well-known Comanche artist who has been at his craft full time for the past 17 or 18 years. Art is who he is, he said.
...
Tim Saupitty honed his artist's skills as the "baby" of the Comanche Gallery of Art group in the 1980s artists that included Leonard Riddles, Cynthia Clay, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Woogie Watchetaker and Wakeah Bradley.
...
Tim has sold paintings to collectors for decades and has been commissioned for freelance work on many high-end projects. Mr. Saupitty is known for his works depicting the warrior and mystical elements of Southern Plains Indian culture. His work inspires the new generation of native artists. His style is innovative & extremely vibrant. His art breathes the essence of strength, beauty and the deep spiritual identity of the Comanche. "There a whole world of Indian art I studied under," Tim Saupitty said.

Questions and answers about this item

No questions or answers have been posted about this item.




00008

Place bid

Time left:
Current bid:
(Approximately ##1##)
Shipping:
Import charges:
Your max bid:
Your max bid:
By clicking Confirm bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.
By clicking Confirm bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount.
Cancel
Loading...
Resume bidding, if the page does not update immediately.
Place bid
Review and confirm your bid
Bid confirmation
d
h
m
s
day
hour
hours
FREE shipping
See item description
(Approximately ##1##)
(Enter ##1## or more)
(Enter more than ##1##)
Your max bid:
Increase max bid
Place bid
Confirm bid
Increase max bid
Cancel
Change bid
Close
, you've been outbid. Don't let it get away - bid again!
, you're the highest bidder on this item. Hope you win it!
, you're the first bidder. Hope you win!
, you're currently the high bidder, but you're close to getting outbid.
, this auction is almost over and you're currently the high bidder.
, you're the high bidder, but the reserve price hasn't been met.
Please enter your bid again.
Please enter a valid number as the bid price.
Enter an amount that is equal or greater than the minimum bid required. This can be found under the bid entry box.
Maximum bids can't be lowered once they're submitted.
This seller requires the buyer to have a PayPal account to purchase this item. Get a PayPal account here .
Your bid is greater than or equal to the Buy It Now price. We recommend you purchase this item via Buy It Now. If you still wish to bid, you may do so below.
Time left:
Current bid:
(approximately ##1##)
Your maximum bid:
(approximately ##1##)
Increase your maximum bid:
By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. Learn moreabout 1-click bid - opens in a new window or tab
day
hour
min
sec
days
hours
mins
secs
(approximately ##1##)
Winning bid:
Starting bid:
Close
Congrats! The auction has ended and you're the winner.
The auction has ended, but the reserve price was not met.
Sorry, the auction has ended and you were outbid.
Good news, you're the high bidder.
Sorry, you've been outbid.
You're the high bidder, but the reserve price is not met.
Please enter a higher amount than the current bid.
Maximum bids cannot be lowered once submitted.
Please enter a valid number.