Shana Yellow Calf Lukinich, an enrolled member of the Northern Arapaho in Wyoming, has been producing art in various mediums since the 1990s. Her contemporary art reflects her plains heritage, her mother's Chippewa/Metis ancestry, along with a Pacific Northwest Coastal influence from the Puget Sound area of Washington where she grew up. Shana is registered with the Department of the Interior Source Directory for Native American Artists. She appeared in Indianz magazine in November 2020 as one of their featured artists. The Soil Gallery in Seattle exhibited Shana's art and carvings in November 2019. She is also a member of the Two Waters Art Alliance in Gig Harbor, Washington. As a service to the community, 10buffalos.com continues to provide free masks for adults and children throughout the Covid pandemic.
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