Shana's 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 has participated in various art shows in the Pacific Northwest and has developed her website www.10buffalos.com, and Etsy shop where her arts and crafts are displayed and available for purchase; Etsy - 10 Buffalos Art Work.
She appeared in the 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; 2022 Allied Arts of Whatcom County exhibited Shana's art as part of Indigenous Heritage Month. She also has two pieces on exhibit Summer 2023 at the Washington State History Museum.
2022 Shana was one of 3 grant winners for the City of Redmond for their new Senior Center Annex,w here she is currently working on creating a large scale piece of art for the new building, opening Fall of 2023.
All proceeds go towards the United Indians programs and services which support the urban Native Community.