These new prints are part of an on-going Little Bighorn series. They commemorate the Indians who died at the battle of the greasy grass, or Custer's Last Stand. The Cavalry soldiers who died there are rightly remembered but almost none of the Indians who died at that battle are known by name. This series highlights some of those who died fighting for their way of life. Like most of my works, no attempt is made to depict realistically the person or place, rather, I attempt to express the mood and essence of my subject. The first of the series, Long Elk at Little Bighorn, was the First Prize Winner at the first Citizen Potawatomi Art Competition.
These original prints give a new definition to images - a
new medium using non-existent materials.
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