A brief video of Cheyenne in action.

After

Pink Mountains

Cheyenne's Visual Artwork and Tattoo

"She paints the morning sky with the rays of the sun, and drips her paint unto the alerted earth. The mountain's stands against the wind, but grew weak to the sight of her light. And with the tip of her brush, she paints the mountains pink."

Traditional Chin Tattoo: Traditional Hand Poke Method

Before

Traditional Women Braiding her Hair: Water Color Paint and Water Color Paper

Cheyenne's Portrait of her Daughter:

HB and 2B pencils, Stationary Paper.

My handmade traditonal regalia

Mother Tongue Exhibit at TRUCK GALLERY 2019.

Nakoda Woman: Acrylic on Canvas

Tattoo Inspired Headdress: Stationary Tip Ink Pen, Sharpie and Stationary Sketch Paper

Me attending Gallery Cite in Edmonton with my first sold painting.

Sioux Art Inspired Design:

Color Pencils and Stationary Drawing paper.

"Wheel of Life": Traditional Hand Poke Method

Any questions regarding her Artwork or Tattoos, please feel free to reach her through her email:

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