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"WRPNY" represents a little known cultural adaptation of the Apsaalooke Peoples'. Historically, our people would hold communal celebrations similar to parades of mainstream society. Members would parade into camp adorned in the war regalias, traditional garb and celebrational dress to represent their pride in their family and tribe and its deeds. Today, we do just the same, as we would with horses, we continue to use our modern day technologies to exhibit our pride. 


24"(h) x 36"(w) x 1.5"(d).   (June 2018)

Acrylic, digital painting print on exhibition rag on various antique paper media on canvas. 


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