Thursday, November 6, 2008

Paul Owns the Sabre retrospective of life's work in painting

by Brenda Norrell

SAN FRANCISCO & EADS, Colo. -- Paul Owns the Sabre, Miniconjou Lakota, born on the Cheyenne River Indian Nation in South Dakota, will have a retrospective of his life's work of paintings at the Intertribal Friendship House in Oakland, Calif. Nov. 28 -- Dec. 10, 2008. All are welcome. In this photo, Paul is reunited with his mother Thelma Franks of Denver, after 27 years, on the Longest Walk Northern Route in Eads, Colorado, in April of 2008. Paul said this reunion, and reconciliation, is important because so many Native families have been separated. Watch the brief video of their reunion. (Photo and video by Brenda Norrell) Click on link, then click on arrow to watch:
http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2008/04/longest-walk-reunited-after-27-years.html
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523 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606 (510) 836-1955 Get directions

2 comments:

naomi green said...

I AM SO HAPPY FOR PAUL AND HIS MOTHER, SEE YOU THIS YEAR AT SUNDANCE!
NAOMI GREEN

Stacy said...

Paul, you may not remember me but no matter...I am happy to see you and your mum reunited. That is the most special event in the universe. I wish you well and am anxious to see your work by tomorrow - yes, again, I am late! My best to you and may the Creator keep blessing you.

Stacy Jo McDermott

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