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Ayasha Loya

Ayasha Loya Fine Arts

Commission Fine Arts Visalia, CA

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Through the Window of My Soul


As an artist, my objective is to capture on canvas the very essence of human emotions.

The themes used in my work are derived from various cultures around the world. My paintings
take on a life of their own. The emerging images convey a story. Sometimes, its my story, but oftentimes its about people who have lost their voice in our modern world. I use art as a media to educate the world about the beauty that exists in diverse cultures and societies. Art can become a divinely inspired connection between people.

As a Native American, I want to share my world with you. I hope that you will find treasure in each of my paintings.



All paintings, images, and quotes are copyright Angela Pari Dominic Chumroo. No Materials contained herein may be reproduced, copied, edited, published or downloaded in any manner or form. All rights are reserved. Any copying,tagging, altering, displaying or redistribution of any of the images without written permission from the Artist is strictly prohibited.




I accept Paypal for purchase of originals, contact me for information.
For licensing or publishing inquiries, contact me at above 'CONTACT' link. or email me here or at parichumroo@gmail.com****
"Like Footprints in the Sand an Artist Always Leaves a Lasting Impression"´┐ŻAngela Pari Dominic Chumroo

 

Charcoal Drawing of Pedal to the Metal by Ayasha Loya by Ayasha Loya

 

Indians Making Maple Sugar. Cass Lake. 1905 by Ayasha Loya

 

Sha Wen Ne Gun. 1857. Ojibwe by Ayasha Loya

 

Apache Drum by Ayasha Loya

 

Watercolor Painting of Northern Shawl by Ayasha Loya by Ayasha Loya

 

Pueblo Girl by Ayasha Loya

 

Watercolor Painting of Apache Tears by Ayasha Loya by Ayasha Loya

 

Charcoal Drawing of White Belly. Sioux. 1900 by Ayasha Loya by Ayasha Loya

 

White Cloud.Sicangu.1880 by Ayasha Loya

 

Arapaho Man with Gun. 1898. Wyoming by Ayasha Loya

 

Quilcene.1912.Northwest Tribes by Ayasha Loya

 

Historical Native Series called Idle No More by Ayasha Loya

 

Sleeping Native Papoose by Ayasha Loya

 

Weensizeneet. An Arapaho boy. ca. 1890 by Ayasha Loya

 

Barley There Gernonimo by Ayasha Loya

 

Peace Within by Ayasha Loya

 

Wolf in the Birches by Ayasha Loya

 

Apache Warrior by Ayasha Loya

 

Native Drummer by Ayasha Loya

 

Native Freedom by Ayasha Loya

 

Bullheaded by Ayasha Loya

 

Native Hawk by Ayasha Loya

 

Native Owl Totem by Ayasha Loya

 

elegante femme nue by Ayasha Loya

 

Native Nesting by Ayasha Loya

 

Native Raven by Ayasha Loya

 

Native Growl by Ayasha Loya

 

Kachina Fire Dancers by Ayasha Loya

 

Chippewa Native American Prayer by Ayasha Loya

 

Grass Dancers 1 by Ayasha Loya

 

Native American Peace by Ayasha Loya

 

Sacred Prayer by Ayasha Loya

 

Sacred Paw Impression by Ayasha Loya

 

Indian in the Woods by Ayasha Loya

 

Spirit Dancer by Ayasha Loya

 

Anishinaabe Symbolism by Ayasha Loya

 

Spirit of the Eagle 1 by Ayasha Loya

 

Chippewa 1 by Ayasha Loya

 

War Horse 4 by Ayasha Loya

 

War Horse 3 by Ayasha Loya

 

War Paint Horse by Ayasha Loya

 

Sun Chief by Ayasha Loya

 

Native American Girl 2 by Ayasha Loya

 

Marilyn Monroe with Diamonds Are a Girls Best Friend 2 by Ayasha Loya

 

Marilyn Monroe with Diamonds Are a Girls Best friend by Ayasha Loya

 

Watercolor Painting of Jingle Dancers by Ayasha Loya by Ayasha Loya

 

End of the Trail 1 by Ayasha Loya

 

Warrior by Ayasha Loya