OJIBWA PRINCESS
A Local Vancouver Island resident formerly from Northwestern Ontario. She is from the Loon Clan. The dream catchers originated from the Anishnabe people and were placed on their infants' cradle boards.
Medium: Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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SHOSHONI WARRIOR
Rabbit Tail was his name and he is depicted here as he looked in the late 1800's. 
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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OLD BUFFALO HUNTER
The story lines on this portrait depict the weathered life and times of an old buffalo hunter. Lame Bull as he looked in the 1940's. Lame Bull was of the Blackfoot Band who roamed the plains of Alberta Canada.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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ARCTIC ELDER WOMAN
This image of a happy soul is an interpretation of an Inuit woman who resides in the Canadian Arctic.
The elders  of indigenous people are revered for their life skills, insight and wisdom.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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BIG KNIFE
This healer resided in the Calgary area of Alberta, Canada. Big Knife was a leading ceremonialist of the Sarcee Band in the early 1900's.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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PLAINS DANCER
 This proud depiction of a dancer in full traditional regalia is seen here as he looked in the 1940's. He was of the Blood People who resided along the Alberta plains of Canada. His name was Spider, Big Crow or Long Hair.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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BLACK BELLY

An elderly Cheyenne woman who was originally photographed by Edward Curtis in 1905 as she is depicted here.
Story lines in her face reveal an incredible life of history
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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APACHE STORM RIDER
This rider has no name. Mystique surrounds his image s he rides into the mist of the storm.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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STONEY CHIEF
(Ben Kaquitts) was a prominent leader of the Stoney Band in the early 1900's along the Kootenay plains of Canada. In the 1940's he rejected the reservation and moved to the Kootenay foothills. Some of his people followed him and the government gave him his own land there.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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CHIEF'S DAUGHTER
Ready to ride. Maureen Big Plume as she looked in the 1940's. She was the daughter of a Sarcee Chief in a place called Indian Village in Calgary, Alberta.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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HORSE WHISPER
The bond between two wild ponies is displayed here as they nozzle in the mist.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"  

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SOUL MATES
Cougars are a natural part of the west coast landscape and inhabit the wooded and hilly terrain of Vancouver Island.
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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 GRIZZLY
The bear symbol is a powerful symbol. 
Medium:Graphite pencil on illustration board 11" X 14"

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