Dennis Metcalf, is an up and coming Native American Artist from Chamberlain, SD. Dennis is currently attending the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe New Mexico, to study filmmaking. He enjoys creating art as a hobby that incorporates elements of Native American culture as he continues to learn and explore his roots as an idigenous person of Turtel Island. Dennis has created several pieces of interperative art for the PAZA Website as well as promotional material for PAZA events. We are very fortunate to be working with this talented young man.
Rob Christopher is an Advisory Board Member who brings to PAZA an incredible array of gifts and talents including his artistry in sketching and painting. Rob's artwork emerges from his deep sense of spirituality and his connection to all things, especially Mother Earth. He embodies the essence of Mitakuye Oyasin "We are All Related". Rob has already created several original pieces speifically for PAZA's use but also has an online Gallery featureing his complete repetoire. Click the link below to see more of Rob's work:
Kassi Phoenix Fiddler, the 10-year old daughter of PAZA's Executive Director, Delwin Elk Bear Fiddler, is PAZA's newest and youngest featured artist. Kassi is already showing signs of incredible talent with free-hand drawing and sketching, and she is excited to try different mediums. Kassi was a 2nd and 3rd place winner in the Antinanco Art Contest for two consecutive years and she hopes to secure 1st Place next year :))