Lakota/Dakota/Nakota

Artists

 

John Beheler

Wayanka Arts

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John Beheler

enrolled member of

the Yankton Sioux Tribe:

Ihanktonwan Dakota Oyate

with lineage to White Swan.

His Grandfather was HankFogg

of the Hunkpati Oyate

at Ft. Thompson, SD.

 

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Vision Seekers - first in a series

A young boy sitting at the edge of a cliff as he takes part in the (Hanbleca) to cry out for a dream. It is neither the sun or the moon in the background but the light at the end of the tunnel ... that is evident as we come close to dying. Spiritual presence is revealed with the Eagle coming to visi the young boy

Lyle Miller

enrolled member of

the Yankton Sioux Tribe:

Ihanktonwan Dakota Oyate

Lyle Miller - His Own Words

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Jerry Fogg

Native Soul

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Jerry Fogg

enrolled member of

the Yankton Sioux Tribe:

Ihanktonwan Dakota Oyate

Welcome home narrative adj.jpg

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"When Will I See You Again" 15x22.

It is the Sundance Tree after everyone is gone.

 

Jim Yellowhawk

Jim Yellowhawk Art

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Jim Yellowhawk

enrolled member of the Itazipco Band of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and  also Onodoga/Iroquois on his Mother’s side

Morning Star

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Indian Chief- Ledger Art

Combining the talents of

Joseph M. Marshall III - Narratives

and Jim Yellowhawk -Artwork

 

JoAnne Bird

JoAnne is Santee Sioux and an enrolled member of the

Sisseton- Wahpeton Oyate.

Touched By An Angel

Mystic Waters

Tree Spirits

 

Daniel Long Soldier

An enrolled member of the

Oglala Lakota Nation.

Sitting Bull

Peaceful Camp

Through The Wilderness

 

Richard Red Owl

An enrolled member of the

Oglala Lakota Nation.

Shawl Woman

 

Additional Artists whose works are available

Yanktonai Dakota

(1915-1983)

Edward Two Bulls

Oglala Lakota Oyate

(1938-2011)

Tables Turned

Origin Of the Sioux

Sicangu Lakota Oyate/Omaha

1946-1999)

The Pipe Holder

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