Through his combined extensive artistic and research capabilities, James Blake offers multiple services. Authentic American Indian styled works of art, as well as modeling for artists, educational speaking engagements, research, and teaching are some of the talents in which James engages.
Research and Educational services ~ A published writer about Native Americasn culture, James guest lectures at public schools K -12, at universities, colleges, historic sites and living history events throughout the country and shares his knowledge of a variety of subjects about Native American culture and art.
Modeling and Film Work ~ James has extensive modeling experience for professional American historical artists and photographers, and has portrayed Native Americans as extras in films and documentary projects. His Indian culture knowledge as well as his authentic look as a Woodland Indian onscreen has brought him to the attention of producers and art directors in the making of documentaries about the American Frontier and the settling of our nation. James furnishes his own researched clothing relating to specific 18th and 19th century Woodland tribes and can also supply props for any historic time period.
Skills and Art Classes ~ James teaches selected arts and skills of the Woodland Indian culture. He also offers a special venue of learning through workshops, demonstrations and seminars for all ages. Whether speaking to youngsters in public schools or on a higher academic higher level, he brings his subjects to life. And he can travel to your location.
He also offers a rare opportunity to learn in the comfort of your own home.
To discuss any of the above mentioned services, contact James for fees and scheduling - at JamesBlakeArts@gmail.com or (304) 281-7460.
James Blake's art is represented by Lord Nelson's Gallery in Gettysburg, PA: 1-800 664-9797.