Painted Hides/Drums

Traditionally, Plains tribes recorded in pictorial style life’s important events on hides of large animals such as buffalo or elk.

Today, painted buffalo, elk and deer hides, often tanned the traditional way and painted with earth pigments, make exquisite one-of-a-kind wall hangings or throws.

ALAN MONROE  I  AL CHANDLER  I  FRANK SHORTEY and more....

Gordon Perry
(Adopted Shoshone)
Alan Monroe
(Oglala)
Frank Shortey+
(Navajo/Lakota)
Al (Goodstrike) Chandler
(Gros Ventre)
Alan Monroe
(Oglala)
Alan Monroe
(Oglala)
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