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  • Bonnie Newsom birch bark biting
    Bonnie Newsom birch bark biting
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    Bonnie Newsom Birch Bark Biting

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    Bonnie Newsom Birch Bark BitingBonnie Newsom is one of only a few Native American artists practicing the art of birch bark biting. Scroll down to read more about birch bark biting..Frame is 7 1/4 in. x 5 1/4 in.
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  • Sierra Henries Birch Bark Cutting
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    Sierra Henries Birch Bark Cutting

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    Sierra Henries Birch Bark CuttingSierra Henries is a young Nipmuck artist living in Maine. Her chosen field of art is designing on birch bark. This extraordinary piece has been painstakingly cut from a sheet of bark, then darkened and adorned with a wood burning tool. The exquisite geometric design required precision and patience over countless hours to achieve, and makes for a beautiful showpiece.The design is pressed between two pieces of framed glass. It is also shown with a cream colored background, which is achieved by placing a board behind the frame, and could be made permanent by the buyer. The back of the birch is shown, with the artists' initials and year of creation.Frame is 10 3/4 in. high x 8 3/4 in. wide.Note: the Nipmuck, or Nipmuc tribe, is recognized by the state of Massachusetts.
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  • Joe Pulliam Buffalo Dreamer Lakota Ledger Painting
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    Joe Pulliam Buffalo Dreamer

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    Joe Pulliam Buffalo Dreamer

    A watercolor made on antique ledger paper (1880's) by Lakota artist Joe Pulliam. The paint only partially masks the writing on the ledger; the writing is still evident on close inspection (see the second and third images). Pulliam's work is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of the American Indian and is featured in Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains at the George Gustav Heye Center from March 12 through December 4, 2016.

    This painting depicts a Buffalo Dreamer. The artist writes:"Leaders of dream societies were sacred men, spiritual interpreters and advisers. Dream societies had special significance for all people. For example, the Buffalo Dreamers were consulted when it was time for the camp to look for buffalo. The Buffalo songs were sung, special prayers offered, and a Buffalo Dance performed by the society members with special head dresses and other ceremonial components.The cross in the painting represents the four elements: wind, fire, earth, and water. The expressionless face is meant to impart a ghost-like appearance to a member of a people whose way of life and culture has been lost forever."The Buffalo Society is known as Tatanka Okolakice.Visible 16 ¾ x 22 ¼’; framed 23 ½” x 29”. The painting is double matted and framed in a dark wood.
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    Two Grey Hills Rug

    A Two Grey Hills rug made by Navajo weaver Marie Lee. Ms. Lee used only natural wool from her own sheep in this traditional design; no dyes were used.33" x 48"
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    Untitled

    Baje Whitethorne is a very well respected Navajo painter, conveying images of life in the southwest and life among the Navajo.Made from an original Whitethorne painting, this untitled print depicts a hogan deep in a canyon, overlaid with seemingly random black lines forming geometric shapes. The colors are stunning.Print is 9 1/2" x 6"; paper is 12" x 9"Print is signed in pencil"Baje Whitethorne 2011"
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    White Horses

    Baje Whitethorne is a very well respected Navajo painter, conveying images of life in the southwest and life among the Navajo.This print, made from an original painting by Whitethorne, depicts an interior still life with a view to the outside. The exterior colors contrast beautifully with the softer interior colors.Print is 3 5/8" x 6 1/4"; paper is 8 1/2" x 11"Print is signed in pencil: "Baje Whitethorne 2011"; painting is signed "Baje Whitethorne 2008"
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    Stomp Dancer

    Baje Whitethorne is a very well respected Navajo painter, conveying images of life in the southwest, life among the Navajo.Made from an original Whitethorne painting, this print portrays a stomp dancer frozen in mid-pose.Print is 6 1/4" x 4 3/4"; paper is 8 1/2" x 11"Print is signed in pencil: "Baje Whitethorne 2011"; original painting was signed "Baje Whitethorne 2008"
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    Navajo woman

    Baje Whitethorne is a very well respected Navajo painter, conveying images of life in the southwest and life among the Navajo.This is an original, matted water color painting. It depicts a young woman wearing a traditional Navajo skirt and velvet shirt, holding prayer feathers. Her feet seemingly step out of the frame.Painting is 8" x 4 7/8"; matt is 11" x 14"; signed "Baje Whitethorne 11"
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    Desert water color

    Baje Whitethorne is a very well respected Navajo painter, conveying images of life in the southwest and life among the Navajo.This is an original, matted water color painting. It depicts a panoramic desert scene with a hogan under a dramatic cloudy sky. Geometric shapes adorn the perimeter.Painting is 9" x 6"; matt is 12 1/2" x 16 1/8"; signed "Baje Whitethorne 08"Double matt, with interior blue and exterior flocked grey
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    Grinding White Indian Corn

    Thompson Chicharellos sensitive photographs depict contemporary people perfoming traditional tasks. Hand made silver print photograph.11" x 14" print; 16" x 20" mat
    $320.00
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    White Corn

    Thompson Chicharellos sensitive photographs depict contemporary people perfoming traditional tasks. Hand made silver print photograph.11" x 14" print; 16" x 20" mat
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    Daily Routine

    Harvey Caplin photographed the American West in the 1940s and 1950s. Though he was not Native American, he often depicted Native Americans in his images. Many of his photographs were published in Look magazine and other contemporary publications.This black and white print is 11" x 14"; mat is 28" x 22".This print may be ordered framed; it is also available in sepia and in different sizes. Please call 207 967-2122 for more information.
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    Grounding

    George Longfish, renowned painter and educator, has created high quality digital prints on heavy paper from his paintings.This print is 13" x 11". Prints can also be ordered in custom sizes. Please call 207 967-2122 for more information.
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    Expanding B.I.A.

    George Longfish, renowned painter and educator, has created high quality digital prints on heavy paper from his paintings.The Bureau of Indian Affairs has been a maze for the Indian tribes for too many years. Longfish depicts a maze in quadruplicate, where an Indian with a feathered cap is merely a hazy (sideways) image within.This print is 17" x 17". Prints can also be ordered in custom sizes. Please call 207 967-2122 for more information.
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    Expanding B.I.A.

    George Longfish, renowned painter and educator, has created high quality digital prints on heavy paper from his paintings.The Bureau of Indian Affairs has been a maze for the Indian tribes for too many years. Longfish depicts a maze in quadruplicate, where an Indian with a feathered cap is merely a hazy (sideways) image within.This print is 12" x 12". Prints can also be ordered in custom sizes. Please call 207 967-2122 for more information.
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    Battle of Little Bighorn

    George Longfish, renowned painter and educator, has created high quality digital prints on heavy paper from his paintings.This print is 27" x 17".Prints can be ordered in custom sizes. Please call 207 967-2122 for more information.
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    Aboriginal Reflection

    George Longfish, renowned painter and educator, has created high quality digital prints on heavy paper from his paintings.This print is 30 3/4" x 16". Prints can also be ordered in custom sizes. Please call 207 967-2122 for more information. <br><br>
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    Goodby Norma Jean, the Chief is Dead

    George Longfish, renowned painter and educator, has created high quality digital prints on heavy paper from his paintings.This print is 10 1/4" x 15". Prints can be ordered in custom sizes. Please call 207 967-2122 for more information.
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    To the Ocean and Freedom

    George Longfish, renowned painter and educator, has created high quality digital prints on heavy paper from his paintings. To the Ocean and Freedom depicts a salmon on its migratory path to the sea.This print is 11" x 15"Prints can aso lbe ordered in custom sizes. Please call 207 967-2122 for more information.
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    Has, Could, Should, Will (Collograph)

    A fun print, # 3 of 4.Paper size 21 3/8" W x 22 1/4" H
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    Evening Grand Entry – Invocation

    This reduction block print is a very strong, evocative image.Paper size 21" W x 19 3/4" H
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    Invocation (copper etching)

    Subtle colors mark this evocative print. # 2 of 5Paper size 15 1/2" wide by 19" high
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    War Shirt

    A war shirt made from smoked paper. Adornments include horse hair, yarn, and paint. Exquisitely detailedShirt is 10 3/4" wide x 6 3/4" highFrame is 22 1/4" x 16 1/4"
    $750.00
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    Bonnie Newsom translucent birch bark biting
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    Bonnie Newsom Translucent Birch Bark Biting

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    Bonnie Newsom Translucent Birch Bark BitingBonnie Newsom is one of only a few Native American artists practicing the art of birch bark biting. This bark biting is thin enough to let light through It is sandwiched between two sheets of glass; when hung in a window, the bark will glow when the sun shines through it..Scroll down the page to read more about birch bark biting.Frame is 5 in. x 5 in.; visible bark is 2 5/8 in. x 2 5/8in.
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    Joe Pulliam Strong Heart Society ledger painting
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    Joe Pulliam Strong Heart Society

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    Joe Pulliam Strong Heart Society

    A watercolor made on antique ledger paper (1879) by Lakota artist Joe Pulliam. The paint only partially masks the writing on the ledger; the writing is still evident on close inspection (see the third image). Pulliam's work is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of the American Indian and is featured in Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains at the George Gustav Heye Center from March 12 through December 4, 2016.

    This painting depicts a member of the Strong Heart Society. The artist writes:"The purpose of this society was to be physically, emotionally, and spiritually capable of taking care of any emergency that could affect the tribe. Members had to pledge to codes of good moral character including self control of one's actions and emotions, and to always be ready at a moment's notice. Many members of this society as well as other members of the Sioux tribe chose to fight to the death rather than submit to the white man's authority. Those that remained suffered the complete loss of their way of life and witnessed the destruction of the land and animals, thus losing everything that was dear to them."Cante'tinza: Lakota for Brave or Strong Heart Society Dragonfly body: symbolizes the belief held by the Lakota tribe that life and death represent transformations of form, just as dragonflies transform from water nymphs. The cross: the four directions or the four elements (wind, fire, earth, and water)"Visible 17” w x 22 ¼” h; framed 23 ½” x 28”; tThe painting is double matted and framed in a dark wood.
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