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Donna's Art
Art show at the Marland Mall-December 2007

Cheryl and Alfred Smith came down the wide, wide steps of the old
Montgomery Ward building,  which long ago closed with various
businesses operating in the rooms since that closing.  Currently
Marland Mall holds three stories, at least, of such treasures
in antiques so that,  our minds are taken away to a former day,
while we visited and enjoyed Indian fry bread and soup. 

Pat Braden and his wife, Sherry, listen to Cheryl tell the Sioux
story of The White Buffalo

Three of my works. These are on a 1/4 inch masonite, which is very light.
They are painted with acrylic with a 300 year life time and are coated
with polyurethane,  so cannot be easily damaged. No frame,
but simply this heavy, utility nylon rope attached to go around is the framing.
All these qualities make it possible to sell these.
The light weight and durability will make mailing possible.  The white buffalo
is not for sale because it is on a heavy piece of wood.

Yellow Iris

Chief and Bonnet

Pat Braden on the left reminisces about the mule I painted in the background.  His aunt
was married to a Vansalleous and lived at the Old Big V in the upstairs apartment. Pat
tells that it was a memorable place. The Big V was that. Big! There were 6000 acres
under cultivation. Mules in these early days took the place of tractors.

Cherly and Alfred in the center and me on the right.



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