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    identity design Can t be exchanged for other creative services To be completed in a timeline of 3 months max Limited to two 2 total rounds of revisions When project begins we work with you from the start to plan our process from start to finish We look forward to working with you 12 095 raised at our Third Silent Auction Saturday November 3 2012 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Thank you for your support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2013 Native Art Grant Cycle 11th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 2 2013 Digital Navajo Ya at eeh We are a Native American Owned full service branding and creative firm Our focus is Indian Country Our Story Our experience spans more than eight years working with clients such as Indian owned businesses Indian led foundations and non prof its and tribal governments and nations Dedica tion to community cultural awareness are priority We believe in sustainable Indigenous economies where Indian people working for Indian people is key to resilient and healthy communities Why Us We understand that our clients needs are as complex and varied as the challenges they face As one of

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    Thank you for your support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2013 Native Art Grant Cycle 11th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 2 2013 Donated by The Legacy Shaun Peterson This design was inspired by an old ceremonial rattle from Coast Salish territory In my interpretations I often visualize family connections by joining the two This was also done in my previous print Wolf Brothers The two eagles seen here represent my Grandmother and Mother The central figure is a self portrait depicting me as a child When I was young my mother was a single parent and I spent much time with my grandparents hence my close ties to my grandmother Looking back over my time at my childhood I realize how protected I was shielded from the outside by my family and specifically my grandmother and mother Their intentions were good as with most family when it comes to children and it is something I can now appreciate as a parent looking out for the best interest of my own son This print honors and pays tribute to the sacrifice my family has made for me to be who I am today

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    at our Third Silent Auction Saturday November 3 2012 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Thank you for your support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2013 Native Art Grant Cycle 11th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 2 2013 Kha Che Chee Shuswap Lillooet Cananda Medicine dances in Canada are usually held in the winter months when people have the time to reflect and participate in the healing process of drumming dancing and singing Dancing to Native people is considered very sacred it is an essential part of the culture and tradition of Native people The drum is the heartbeat of the People The drum calls us into the circle and suddenly our movements become natural and rhythmic Every step becomes a prayer and the outside world fades away as we connect to the ancestors that make up our DNA Proceeds from the sale of Friends of Red Lodge cards prints and calendars are used to purchase and support the Red Lodge Transition Services Native American Women s Transition House in Portland OR For more information on Red Lodge or to view our catalog visit our website Friends of Red Lodge supports environmental friendly practices

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    3 2012 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Thank you for your support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2013 Native Art Grant Cycle 11th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 2 2013 Kaila Farrell Smith Klamath Modoc Going Home is an appropriate title for this original small painting of Kaila s The salmon represent the Ancient Ones to Native people of the Pacific Northwest From the beginning of time Native people of the Pacific Northwest have been honoring the salmon and thanking the Ancient Ones for giving us life Many ceremonies honoring the salmon are still performed utilizing ancient songs passed down through the generations Tribes who rely on rivers for this sacred food pray for the return of the salmon while exercising treaty rights by harvesting fish The salmon is a very important food source for Native American people Proceeds from the sale of Friends of Red Lodge cards prints and calendars are used to purchase and support the Red Lodge Transition Services Native American Women s Transition House in Portland OR For more information on Red Lodge or to view our catalog visit our website Friends of Red Lodge supports environmental friendly practices

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    Date Saturday November 2 2013 Sean Gallagher King Island Inupiat Apprenticeships 2007 2008 Evergreen State College independent contract study of King Island kayak conducting surveys making blueprints and replicas of historic King Island Kayaks 2008 Assisted in building a Maori dugout Canoe Waka with Master carver Takioirongi Smith at the Evergreen longhouse 2007 Present Participant in Northwest Inupiat dancers including many public performances 2011 Present Apprentice to master carver Larry

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    095 raised at our Third Silent Auction Saturday November 3 2012 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Thank you for your support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2013 Native Art Grant Cycle 11th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 2 2013 Marlene Simla Yakama As an artist Marlene began painting at an early age While attending the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe she was tutored by Allen Houser He encouraged her to pursue painting and the fine arts She paints with brilliant colors and is re writing and illustrating Native American legends for a series of children s picture books Additionally she paints landscapes horses and Native Americans attending to traditional affairs Marlene has earned numerous blue ribbons from the annual Speelyi Trade Fair and the Central Washington State Fair at Yakima She received the 2010 Enduring Spirit Award at the Native Women s Leadership Forum the 2011 Washington State Indian Education Association s Elder of the Year and the 2010 Potlatch Fund Leadership Award She recently completed a 12 month One Man Art Show hosted by the Yakama Nation Cultural Museum Back to the Silent Auction Page Are you a Native

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    in crystal beads 12 095 raised at our Third Silent Auction Saturday November 3 2012 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Thank you for your support All proceeds from the Silent Auction will help support the 2013 Native Art Grant Cycle 11th Annual Gala Save The Date Saturday November 2 2013 Aurolyn Renee Stwyer Na k ishayat Warm Springs Wasco Tribe As a native artist and scholar it is my goal to communicate through the means of artistry the time honored intelligence of our Ancestors We have come to understand that art is one of the many tools that sustain our way of life It is my goal to bring about a recognizable brand for our unique Plateau artistry My inspiration comes from my grandmother the late Sadie Brown who was a beadworker She created our family symbol for our traditional regalia which is the wild rose She taught me the meaning of the designs in our regalia My current beadwork projects are creating Chieftain regalia for a Yakama chief a buckskin vest for a world champion wild horse racer and traditional regalia for my girl Kayla Artist Statement Back to the Silent Auction Page Are you a Native artist or

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    The Date Saturday November 2 2013 Lomboy Grand Ronde Flathead Child is an Edward S Curtis photograph reproduction done in graphite Many of the Native Americans Curtis photographed called him Shadow Catcher the images he captured were far more powerful than mere shadows The men women and children in The North American Indian seem as alive to us today as they did when Curtis took their pictures in the early part of the twentieth century Curtis respected the Natives he encountered and he was willing to learn about their culture religion and way of life In return the Indians respected and trusted him When judged by the standards of his time Curtis was far ahead of his contemporaries in sensitivity tolerance and openness to Native American cultures and ways of thinking Flathead Child was used to promote the July 2012 First Thursday Art Walk in the Pearl District downtown Portland at Albina Community Bank The show featured over 50 pieces of original artwork from 10 Oregon prisons and several Friends of Red Lodge pieces It was a wonderful show Proceeds from the sale of Friends of Red Lodge cards prints and calendars are used to purchase and support the Red

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