Ledger Drawings Click on images to enlarge
A "Pink Panther" looks on at the "Panther Dancers."
Native Women gather wild rice, while the Rice Spirit floats just below the surface of the water.
This drawing was used for the cover of a book I wrote called "The Bear Hunt."
The Native view of watching the stock... Arrows were used to give reference to the "stock market."
Prisma colors were used on this 1889 Ledger drawing. Butterflies float around the Dancers in their yellow dresses.
I have this drawing in red, blue and olive green.
An old ledger was the base for this Prisma drawing.
This blue bear is drawn on an old song book page with Prisma pencils.
This drawing shows a Mother and Son reunited. It was done with colored markers in a cross-hatch pattern.
Moon Bear travels the Good Red Road.
Moon Bear is shown catching Salmon in the river. This drawing is on a 1906 ledger page with Prisma pencils.
This was done in graphite pencils, then lightly colored in with Prisma colors.
An old song book page from 1906 was used for this drawing.
The 4 Sacred Colors are used in the clothing and ribbons on this drawing that honors the dance.
This is a pencil and Prisma drawing that honors one of the 7 Grandfather Teachings: Honesty.
Summer Clouds was the name on this song book page. This Native woman watches the clouds float by.