"Clan Seekers Journey" Every great culture has a beginning point. For the Osage, their genesis occurred before calendars or written words. Clan Seekers sought out the world in which the Osage would live. Despite the small number, twenty-four clans comprised the culture backbone of the Osage.  By: Gina Gray  Osage Native American

"Clan Seekers Journey" Every great culture has a beginning point. For the Osage, their genesis occurred before calendars or written words. Clan Seekers sought out the world in which the Osage would live. Despite the small number, twenty-four clans comprised the culture backbone of the Osage. By: Gina Gray Osage Native American

"Clan Seekers Returning"  The Clan Seekers are an intricate part of the Osage tribal identity. Clan Seekers sought out the world in which the Osage would live. Twenty-four clans comprised the culture backbone of the Osage. In this picture, the Clan Seekers are returning to the  spirit world to find their life symbols.  By Gina Gray  Osage Native American

"Clan Seekers Returning" The Clan Seekers are an intricate part of the Osage tribal identity. Clan Seekers sought out the world in which the Osage would live. Twenty-four clans comprised the culture backbone of the Osage. In this picture, the Clan Seekers are returning to the spirit world to find their life symbols. By Gina Gray Osage Native American

"Guardians of the Middle Waters"  Out of Chaos and disorder arose the voice of balance and the need for recognition of the selves as distinct. The humble beings of the sky descended to meet the humble being on the Earth's ascension to create equilibrium and to pronounce the need for a third people. These people emerged in reverance to be proclaimed as "Guardians of the Middle Waters".  BY Gina Gray Osage Native American

"Guardians of the Middle Waters" Out of Chaos and disorder arose the voice of balance and the need for recognition of the selves as distinct. The humble beings of the sky descended to meet the humble being on the Earth's ascension to create equilibrium and to pronounce the need for a third people. These people emerged in reverance to be proclaimed as "Guardians of the Middle Waters". BY Gina Gray Osage Native American

"Tornado Horses"  To the Osage, the horse represented such power that the warriors often saw horses in their visions. These visions gave them strength in war and negotiations. "Tornado Horses" combines the image of the horse-a vital power for the Osage people with the image of the tornado-a magnificent power of nature.  By Gina Gray Osage Native American

"Tornado Horses" To the Osage, the horse represented such power that the warriors often saw horses in their visions. These visions gave them strength in war and negotiations. "Tornado Horses" combines the image of the horse-a vital power for the Osage people with the image of the tornado-a magnificent power of nature. By Gina Gray Osage Native American

"Warrior's Dream Feather"  The eagle feather is highly respected by all Indian people. Sometimes, if you look hard enough, you can see images in the feathers. Like this quite Indian camp is a dream of things to come.  By Gina Gray Osage Native American

"Warrior's Dream Feather" The eagle feather is highly respected by all Indian people. Sometimes, if you look hard enough, you can see images in the feathers. Like this quite Indian camp is a dream of things to come. By Gina Gray Osage Native American

Renovated Florida Beach House | Traditional Home Love the white framed artwork against grey walls.

Renovated Florida Beach House | Traditional Home Love the white framed artwork against grey walls.

"Season Of Plenty"  To everyone there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven.  By Gary White Deer Choctaw Native American

"Season Of Plenty" To everyone there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven. By Gary White Deer Choctaw Native American

"Dawn Riders"  This day has never been seen. This day has never been told. Yesterday is finished. Tomorrow has not been promised us.  By Gary White Deer Choctaw Native American

"Dawn Riders" This day has never been seen. This day has never been told. Yesterday is finished. Tomorrow has not been promised us. By Gary White Deer Choctaw Native American

Beautiful Native American Artwork

Beautiful Native American Artwork

Beautiful Native American Artwork

Beautiful Native American Artwork

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