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Presents contemporary and modern art that examines our world through subtle narratives. Creating a platform for both regional and international artists, the gallery advances aesthetics that are agile, historically relevant and uncompromising in quality.

As Keeper of the Sacred C’anupa Bundle, I ask for your prayers for Global Healing. Our Mother Earth is suffering. Her wonderful gifts — the water, the trees, the air — are being abused. Her children — the two-legged, the four-legged, those that swim, crawl and fly — are being annihilated. We see such atrocities occurring everywhere. (Cont. Below)

Here for your consideration is an aesthetic picture of a Piegan Warrior dressed in a War-bonnet and holding a Coup-stick. It was created in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis. The picture presents a Piegan man, half-length portrait, dressed in war bonnet and holding a feathered coup-stick, facing front. We have created this collection of illustrations primarily to serve as a valuable educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com.

Galium: Bedstraw, Cleavers: Used as a love charm by Quileute Indian women -Stick it in the hair of the man you want to attract- the man will stick to you just like cleavers- the woman who told this story had 8 husbands :) Resource: Peggy Robinson

M. S. Stranger - Alaska Sea Scout Expedition of 1937-Eskimo man with walking stick by K38 Rescue, via Flickr

A Native American Indian (Sioux) man riding horseback on a Indian horse with a coup stick in the Plain