Here is one of the amazing historical figures Dull Knife of the Cheyenne. Called Dull Knife by the Lakota and Morning Star by the Cheyenne, he was one of two principal Cheyenne leaders (with Little Wolf) who led the trek back to their homeland in eastern Montana after the exile to Indian country (later Oklahoma) late in the 1870s and 1880s........ combined with such wonderful wise words.
To learn more about Dull Knife please visit the Sioux & Cheyenne page.... Karen
This is one of my favourite paintings Yellow Kidney of the
Piegan. Taken from the historical photographs of Edward S. Curtis. The Piegan sought the supernatural powers they believed were contained in the land and
in the animals. An animal would appear to them in a dream, providing the dreamer with instructions to obtain a particular power. The dreamer had to objects,
place them in a rawhide pouch, called a medicine bundle, and
engage in specified rituals and songs. The most powerful of these was the
beaver medicine bundle that the tribe used to allure buffalo.
A wonderful friend has compiled a video of my paintings and set them to a beautiful sound track please take a look and leave a comment the link is posted below. I hope you enjoy as much as I have it is as though the paintings come to life....Karen
A slideshow of Karen's current paintings set to a beautiful soundtrack "Sunquyman" Cherokee Spirit.
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White Sage Art,
Native American Indian Paintings
by Karen Ivey
I am a Channel Medium,
Intuitive Artist. Working with Spiritual, Crystal and Healing
colour to create paintings. Biography I