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The original reference for "Prevailing Westerly" is a tame bison named Katodin that lives in Grayling, Michigan.  She has been morphed into her wild counter part in this painting.  The symbol in the upper left side is a Sioux Indian symbol for the four directions of the wind.  A bison skull was used in Sioux ceremonies to represent the essence of life.  I have always admired the strong and powerful shapes bison in our American west seem to possess.

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