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    from Silver Reef 13 005 raised at our Fourth Silent Auction Saturday November 2 2013 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Thank you for your support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2014 Native Art Grant Cycle 12th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 1 2014 Silver Reef Overnight Stay and Dinner for Two Experience an evening of luxury and bliss courtesy of Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa This get away package includes an overnight stay in a delux guest room and dinner for two at The Multiple Award Winning Steak House With beautiful views of Mt Baker world class service and our complimentary Silver Signature Breakfast it is no surprise that the 105 Rooms Suites at the Silver Reef Hotel have been awarded the Three Diamond Rating by AAA The Multiple Award Winning Steak House offers specially selected naturally aged Prime Steaks for maximum tenderness flavor Broiled at 1800 degrees and basted with steak butter before serving our steaks are sensational An extensive wine list and delectable desserts are also available Silver Reef Hotel The Steak House Back to the Silent Auction Page Are you a Native artist or Native author Do you own a

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    Art Grant Cycle 12th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 1 2014 Joe wahalatsu Seymour Jr Squaxin Island Acoma This steering paddle was carved for the Paddle to Quinalut 2013 It was used by skipper artist Joe wahatatsu Seymour in the canoe No Ked Jak a gift from the Quinault tribe to the Squaxin Island tribe Potlatch Executive Director Dana Arviso was of the No Ked Jak crew for part of Squaxin Island s journey to Quinault The picture shown left is skipper artist Joe Seymour and Potlatch Executive Director Dana Arviso with the paddle at the South Beach landing the next to last stop on the 2013 canoe journey Joe wahalatsu Seymour Jr is the son of Joe Sr and Faye Seymour Joe was born in Albuquerque NM He was formally trained as a commercial diver at the Diver s Institute of Technology in Seattle WA in 2002 Joe s ancestral name wahalatsu was given to him by his family in 2003 wahalatsu was the name of my great grandfather William Bagley Joe started his artistic career by carving his first paddle for the 2003 Tribal Journey to Tulalip Also in 2003 he carved his first bentwood box After the Tulalip journey he then learned how to stretch and make drums Joe participated in the international gathering of Indigenous Artists PIKO 2007 in Hawai i He also participated in the Te Tihi 4 th Gathering of Indigenous Visual Artists in Rotorua New Zealand in 2010 In my career I ve worked with glass photography Salish wool waving prints wood and rawhide drums I ve been very fortunate to have a community of artists that I m able to work with and that are very supportive of my career If it were not for their caring and sharing of

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    support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2014 Native Art Grant Cycle 12th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 1 2014 Donated by Red Lodge Transition Services Tadpole Quinault Girls traditional dancing is regal full of soft graceful movements of fringe fur shawls beads feathers and colorful material It is danced tall straight and proud each step gliding as if on air Each sway of fringe is like a gentle breeze flowing through the branches of a willow tree This image was created using a photograph sent into the prison from a loved one Children are essential to us keeping our culture and traditions alive Red Lodge Transition Services began as a small group of Native people known as Native American Religious Service volunteers at the Oregon Department of Corrections Working beside incarcerated Native Americans we experienced firsthand the revolving door known as recidivism Inmates would confide in us I don t have anywhere to go I don t know what I will do The Native American Prison Art Project is cultivating a more just world for incarcerated Native Americans our Native communities and Oregon at large Proceeds from the sale of Friends of Red

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    this will be a total of 2 1 for the highest bidder 1 for me 16 x 20 unframed 13 005 raised at our Fourth Silent Auction Saturday November 2 2013 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Thank you for your support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2014 Native Art Grant Cycle 12th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 1 2014 Jeffrey Veregge Port Gamble S Klallam A member of the Port Gamble S Klallam Tribe I was raised and spent a majority of my life on our reservation known locally as Little Boston which is located near Kingston Washington Although I am enrolled there I am also both of Suquamish and Duwamish tribal ancestry I am a honor graduate from the Art Institute of Seattle and I have had the privilege to study with Tsimshian master carver David Boxley for a short time learning the basics of Salish form line design For the past 10 years I have been employed as Lead Designer Studio Manager for a media agency that specializes in nonprofits My work is a reflection of a lifetime love affair with comic books toys TV and film Taking my passions and blending them with my Native perspective artistic background and the desire to simply be me Basically I am just trying to have fun and get back to that kid that went to art school to begin with wanting to create artwork that I want to see and make just for the hell of it Jeffrey is an award winning artist who most recently was named by ArtTour International Magazine as one of the Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art for 2013 His Salish Geek work is a part of prestigious collections including Yale University The Burke Museum and has been

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    of mediums but has focused primarily on graphic work the last few years as a result of his academic schedule Peter earned his AA from Northwest Indian College his BAS from the Evergreen State College and his law degree from the UW School of Law Peter s work has been aggressively sought after by collectors throughout the world He has a number of pieces in various European countries as well as New Zealand Australia Asia and Africa Peter is a regular attendee of many prestigious juried art markets and events throughout the country His work has shown at institutions such as the National Museum of the American Indian both in New York and Washington DC Some other places Peter has shown include the Heard Museum in Phoenix the Eitejorg Museum in Indianapolis the Autry Museum in Los Angeles and the Washington State History Museum where his work is part of the permanent collection Peter s work is carried by many galleries and art distributers throughout the world Peter specializes in Hand pulled serigraphs He prints his own original work as well as the work of other artists As a printer Peter has worked with both new and established artists He

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    the Silent Auction will help support the 2014 Native Art Grant Cycle 12th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 1 2014 Donated by The Legacy Odin Lonning ODIN LONNING Tlingit name Sh now Taan is an award winning professional Native artist and heritage specialist from Juneau Alaska He is Woosh Ke Taan Eagle Shark Clan through his Tlingit mother and he shares the name of his Norwegian father At age ten Odin was motivated to explore Tlingit art when he saw his first traditional dance performance Local Tlingit artists culture centers and museums in Southeast Alaska also inspired him Seeking a deeper understanding of the culture essential to his artwork Odin learned Tlingit dances and songs Now he dances with groups in Seattle and Alaska Odin is a cultural educator with decades of experience sharing his expertise through classes art demonstrations exhibits and performances for Native students and diverse audiences of all ages Guided by their First Nations ancestry and traditional ecological knowledge Odin and his wife Orca Annie created Kéet Shuká An Indigenous Tribute to Killer Whales as well as other innovative programs that weave together Coastal Native culture science and art Together they manage the Vashon Hydrophone

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    12th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 1 2014 Lummi Nation Four Tickets Seahawks vs Vikings The Lummi Indian Business Council is proud to support the 2013 Silent Auction and Gala This package includes four tickets to the Seattle Seahawk game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday November 17 2013 and four copies of the team s 2013 Official Yearbook Join the 68 000 fans and become a 12th

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    Salish S Klallam Steilacoom Philip H Red Eagle is a born and raised Northwest writer artist metal smith and carver He is the author of Red Earth A Vietnam Warrior s Journey styled in mythical realism and now in 2 nd Edition saltpublishing com He is also the originator and a cofounder of The Raven Chronicles A Journal of Art Literature The Spoken Word 1991 Present currently based in Seattle Philip is an occasional poet who these days spends most of his time working with Tribal Journeys a cultural movement using the canoe as a vessel for cultural renewal Philip began shooting a small 35 mm Canon while In Country Vietnam back in 1971 He purchased a Canon QL range finder at the Cholon Exchange in Saigon now Ho Chi Minh City Later when back in the fleet in 72 and 73 he bought a Canon F 1 35 mm SLR camera top of the line Once back in the states and stationed in San Diego Philip took photography classes at San Diego City College He also started taking wedding pictures for his buddies He came to the University of Washington in 1976 and continued his education and his camera

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