"My work is a reflection of the spiritual connection that originates from our traditional sacred Indian ceremonies."
"I am motivated to paint by my desire to share this connection with others, so that they may rediscover their own natural and spiritual relationship with the Earth. I want people to feel and experience the wholeness and simplicity of life."
"My images and color compositions represent my own interpretations of spirituality. I use a semi-abstract approach in the creation of these paintings because it is important to me not to violate the sacredness of the actual ceremonies. I encourage the viewer to relate to my work from personal experience. I find the abstraction can foster this type of communion."
Joe Geshick, whose Ojibwa name was "Mishakeebaneesh," passed on to the spirit world in December 2009. Warrior's Work is the publisher of his art and re-sells originals as they are available.