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Authentic Native American Art By Ojibwe Elder Artist Daniel Ramirez

These very fine art prints on paper are made with the outmost archival techniques of digital printing and are made one at a time. Once controled and signed by the artist himself they are released and carefully framed in a stunning presentation using our signature frame.

The Final framed size is 15"x42", Double matted with archival mats Clay/Gold and the Image Size is 9"x36".


THE WORLS LONGEST NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTING -Discovering Native American Heritage through Innovative Learning

The major goal of my painting project is the discovery of North America’s Indigenous Tribal Nations so we can better understand and be more aware of the many nations throughout the United States.   My process has been to use Art and Culture to help us discover how Native American Women play a very important role in the lives of Native People throughout history and today.   
My work has been on going over a ten year period, with the goal of creating a discovery and educational website ideal for people to discover and recognize Native American Women’s  successes and achievements. 
This First section of the World Longest Native American Painting was created in 2006-2007. It was in part executed during a feature of Daniel Ramirez Artwork at the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington DC. This painting depicts the Women within the three states around the Great Lakes:

Michigan; Bay Mills Chippewa, Grand Traverse Bay Ottawa, Hannaville Potawattomi, Keeweenaw Bay Indian Community, Lac Vieux Desert Chippewas, Little River Band of Ottawa, Little Traverse Band of Odawa, Gun Lake Potawattomi, Huron Band of Potawattomi, Saginaw Chippewa, Sault St. Marie Chippewa.
Wisconsin;  Bad River Band of Chippewa, Forest County Potawattomi, Ho-Chunk Nation, Lac Courtes Oreilles Chippewa, Lac Du Flambeau Chippewa, Menominee, Onieda Tribe of Wisconsin, Red Cliff Band of Chippewa, Sokaogon Band of Chippewa, St. Croix Band of Chippewa, Stockbridge Munsee Community.
Minnesota;  Grand Portage, Bois Forte, Red Lake, White Earth, Leech Lake, Fond du Lac, and Mille Lacs Anishinabe;  Shakopee, Mdewakanton, Prairie Island, Lower Sioux and Upper Sioux Dakota Communities

Women of the GreatLakes

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