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Painted Face NW American Indian
Art Show

This event is a unique example and extraordinary demonstration of our renowned American Indian artist´s ability and expertise to showcase their interpretations of older examples of Indian art to newer contemporary styles of art.

Featuring award winning American Indian artists from all over the United States such as Andrew Morrison, George Flett, Ric Gendron, Troy Sice, and many others. During this time it will give you the excellent opportunity to attend a live auction so you can procure and add to your collection. Some of the different art that will be included is traditional American Indian beadwork to sculpturing to different medias of paints and graphics to jewelry and so on.

SCHEDULE
OF EVENTS

Thurs, July 21st
5:30 pm
Jacklin Arts & Cultrual Center
Painted Face NW American Indian Artist & Buyer's Reception. Live performance by Native American musician:
Ed Peekeekoot (Cree). By reservation only. Contact:
Shaina Nomee
snomee@
cdacasino.com
or 800 523-2464 ext 7408.

Fri, July 22nd
Noon to 4 pm
Art Judging

noon to 8 pm
Artist booth opens

Sat, July 23rd
2:30 pm
Auction registration

3:30 pm
Awards ceremony

4 to 6:30 pm
Auction

Sun, July 24th
Noon to 4 pm
Artist booth open

2011 Participating Artists
Andrew Morrison
Apache/Haida

Bree Black Horse
Seminole

Cheryl Grunlose
Colville

George Flett
Spokane

Roberta White
Coeur d'Alene/ Cree

John Balloue
Cherokee

Lori SiJohn
Cayuse-Umatilla

Nakia
Williamson-Cloud
Nez Perce

Ric Gendron
Colville

Terrance Guardipee
Blackfeet

Roger Amerman
Choctaw

Troy Sice
Zuni

Valentina LaPier
Blackfeet

George Hill
Spokane

Christopher "Icebear" Johnston
Ojibway

Jimmie Harrison
Navajo

Lauren Good
Day Frank
Arikara, Hidatsa, Blackfeet,
Plains Cree

Jerry Laktonen
Alutiiq

Angela Babby
Oglala Sioux

Philomena Nomee
Coeur d'Alene

Merle Big Bow
Chippewa-Cree

Larry White
Navajo

Glade Beaver
Muscogee Creek

Jean Taylor
Tlingit Haida

David Brown Eagle
Spokane/
Ho-Chunk

Tim Pinkham
Nez Perce

Arthur Short Bull
Oglala Lakota

Eugene Henry
Chippewa Cree

Catherine
Black Horse
Seminole

Lucille Pakootas
Colville