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Bringing Down the Thunder

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Limited Run of 40 Numbered Professional Prints




Hawk Man II


I Was Once a Young Warrior Too


L P Warrior



Mni Wiconi Etanhan Inajin
Lady Rising Out of the Water of Life

"The eyes of the man in my painting
speak of strength and honor. That is Leonard.
It speaks of our government that he
is still incarcerated -- no honor, no strength.
I want my children and grandchildren to care
for this earth the way our First People do.
I want truth taught in schools.
I want the persecution of Native Americans
to end.
Justice is long overdue."

~Teresa



What does Leonard's artwork say to you?



Down But Not Out


Wicasta Wihanbde Mani
Man Who Walks with a Dream (Willie Nelson)


Those Who Do Not Understand


Debra WhitePlume


Pte Oyate Wicasta Enana Hoye Waye
Man of the Buffalo Sending Prayers to the Mystery



Protector of the Woods


Thunder Buffalo Hooves


Pretty Nose


I Hear the Call of the Eagle


White Buffalo Calf


Songbird


Cehupa We'ga
Broken Jaw


Time has Come


Itoka'gatakinya Zuya Wicasta
Southern Man of War


Wicosta Waowanyeka Najin
Man of Observation


Ikwe Speaks


Kimimina Iyokpiya Waci Win
Lady Butterfly Who Dances Joyfully


Mic Mac Maddona


Parole Hearing 2009


Zuya Teca Hoksina
Modern Day Warrior


Waci Ohiwaye Sni
I Shoulda Won That Dance


United Horse Nation


Ehana Sunka Wakan Ota Bduhe
I Once Had Many Horses


Sunka Wakan Sai'ciye
The Horse who Paints Itself Blue


Cannupa Sota kin Wocekiye Ota Hoye Waye
The Smoke of the Pipe Carries Many Prayers


Sungmanitu 'Hota Yamnipi
Three Gray Wolves


Cante Wiyukcan Itancan
Leader with Thoughts from the Heart


Otonwe Kanwicasta pi kin Aki'ktujapi
Many Elderly are Forgotten


Grey Crane in Spring


Tlingit Warrior


Still I Go On


Unci Maka He Untanpi
We Come from Grandmother Earth


Native Still Life


Tagtoketu Hwo
What Has Happened?


Wiwanyeg Waci Itancan
The Leader of the Sundance


A'cepa Nawajin Kte do
I Will Be Standing and Waiting


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Akipa Ki'ciyan Naonjin Kte
Together We Will Stand and Wait


Toko Sunka Wakan Hdeska
Different Horse Nation that is Striped


Ghost Dance Leader


I Hear the Dancers


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Eluding Gen. Cook


Girl in a Shell Dress


Tiopa Awanhda ke
One Who Watches the Door


Horse Friend


Untitled 181


Untitled 214


Black Hawk


One of the 38


Playing a Lover's Song


Sally and Dad


Wise Child


Mad Bear Family


Three Feathers


Home on the Res


Winona


Kishkwekosh Warrior


The Way Home


Night Buffalo

Woman in a Ribbon Blanket


Mystery in Blues


White Wolf


Big Brother


Wooly Rider


CrowDog


Dine' Elder


Black Elk


Out of the Dark


Ride the Wind


Sung dowan win
Woman with a Horse Song


Winter Wolves


Land of the Brave


Baby Warrior


King of Horses


He Who Watches


She Who Knows


POW


Children of the Holy People Girl


Peace Pipe Prayer


Elder of the Northwest


Honor


Thunder Heart


Fires of the Sky


Tatanka


Slim Sanchez


Bill Means


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Grandma Jumping Bull


Dennis Banks

Sina Cistina Hoksina
Little Robe Boy


Jicarilla Maiden


Purple Dancer


Dine' Maiden


Tanka


Not Left Behind


Inteus No Shame


Self Portrait


Geronimo I Remain Strong


Grass Dancers


Tocka?
Why?


Horse Whisperer


Blackbird Shield


Holy Wind


Dine' Man


Good Flower
 


Bright Eyes

I see in this painting a very thoughtful perspective that makes me feel seen. For example the veins in my feet and hands
remind me that not only have I done honest work with these hands, and spent long hours on these feet dancing for joy but all those before me, my ancestors have done the same in order to get me where I'm at now. Miigwech for coming onto this planet (Turtle Island) with a mission so powerful it has held you prisoner for 45 years and yet you continue to carry on with dignity and soul sovereignty. Miigwech for shining a light on the corruptions that plague this society. Miigwech for your part in helping the movement carry on! Your life is a poem that will continue to expand the consciousness of the American people (and beyond) for a millennia.
Ava Carpentier



Ava by the Creek
 


Navajo Girl


Spanish Mustang
 


Cherish
Tehinda


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Looks Back Buffalo


Buffalo Skull Altar
 


Lame Dear


Rainbow Dancer
 


Grazing


Sitting Bull
 


Big Mountain Woman


Who's in Charge?
 


Buffalo in the Window


Buffalo Skull


Blue Warrior


Untitled 155


White Mountain Lady



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