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Chase Kahwinhut Earles

Chase Earles Caddo Pottery Kahwinhut Texas Pots Chase Earles Caddo Tribe Native American

Medium

Caddo Pottery

Bio

Chase is a member of the Caddo Nation.   

Web Site

www.CaddoPottery.com

Facebook

www.FaceBook.com/CaddoPottery

View videos of the amazing traditional process at Facebook.com/Watch/CaddoPottery

Instagram

www.Instagram.com/Kahwinhut

 

 

Christopher Mendoza

Author

Jacob's Treehouse

30 years ago in the sleepy town of Silver Hawk a brother and sister disappeared without a trace. A young boy named Jacob begins having dreams, a dark figure walking away with two children holding hands. Curious and confused his search leads him to a local bookstore owner who shares the same dreams. An old native man's haunting past pulls them all together as the trio embarks on a frightening journey towards the malevolent presence of The Dark One, dormant for 30 years but back again to play its twisted game.

Combining magical realism, medieval fantasy and Native American oratory, readers will be captivated at this unique take on modern horror.

319 pages

Available for Kindle on Amazon

Facebook

Christopher Mendoza

Instagram

mrmendoza42

Danny Frost

  

Mediums

Tattoo, Paint, Airbrush

Biography

Danny Frost is a master tattoo artist who works his magic five days a week at Club Tattoo at the Ling Hotel, Las Vegas. His airbrush work is spectacular and now he is a burgeoning fine artist. Danny and his wife have been married forever and have three beautiful daughters. 

Web Site

www.tattoosbydannyfrost.com

www.fineartamerica.com/profiles/danny-frost

Facebook

@tattoosbydannyfrost

Instagram

tattoosbydannyfrost


Melvin War Eagle

  

Medium

Graphic Art

Biography

Melvin War Eagle (Wanbli Ozuye) was born on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Melvin’s influences are his own ancestors, all masters of their own art, storytelling, and medicine.

As a boy, Melvin was continually surrounded by Lakota symbols and the designs of his ancestors. His elders would tell the stories of the old ways and the spirits of the land. Generations of culture and legend have flowed through Melvin’s veins from boyhood, compelling him to show the world through art and stories what it means, not only to be Lakota in modern times, but also how the art connects us all. 

This reflection of traditional ancestral art combined with a contemporary modern twist pushes Melvin to express his artwork in unique ways, forever inventing new approaches in art, story, and fashion. This is why Melvin’s artwork is displayed on a variety of media. Melvin War Eagle’s work cannot be easily categorized; his exceptional designs are the product of modern life but they transcend the boundaries of everyday living to recall the magnificence and inspiration of the ancestors.

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Web Site

MelvinWarEagle.com

Facebook

@MelvinWarEagle

Instagram

MelvinWarEagle