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Evans Flammond, Sr.

Tribe: Sicangu | Lakota

Native American artist, Evans Flammond, Sr. was introduced to Northern Plains Indian art at age seven. As his creativity and talent were being revealed in imaginative drawings, Evans’ uncle, a Santee Sioux mural painter himself, encouraged this emerging artist to turn his drawings into paintings.

This Lakota Sioux artist has risen to painting on canvas and hides, sculpting and painting traditional and contemporary styles of American Indian weaponry and dance sticks, as well skillful beading in Northern Plains Indian style. Each piece is created with thoughtful patience, authenticity and pride, integrating ancestral legend, symbolism and history for all to enjoy.

Evans Flammond, Sr. is an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux/Lakota Reservation of South Dakota and actively preserves his native culture and heritage in his exceptional artwork.
  1. Native American Hand Painted Feathers

    Native American Handpainted Feathers

    Starting at: $32.50

    Hand painted by Native American artist, Evans Flammond, Sr., these domestic turkey feathers are exquisite examples of American Indian craft. Learn More
  2. Native American Lance w. Wild Turkey Feathers and Black Stripes

    Native American Lance w. Wild Turkey Feathers and Black Stripes

    $375.00
    Some Native American hunters tested their bravery and hunting skills by riding next to a charging buffalo and thrusting their lance into the heart of the buffalo. If their aim was true, the buffalo would go down, if not, it may cost the hunter his life. Learn More
  3. Native American Weapon: Lance w. Wild Turkey Feathers and Red Wool Cloth Wrap

    Native American Weapon: Lance w. Wild Turkey Feathers and Red Wool Cloth Wrap

    $375.00
    Evans creates this Native American weapon, a red wool wrapped lance, to commemorate the skill a hunter had to have to bring down a buffalo, if you missed your one thrust, it could mean your death instead of the buffalo. Learn More
  4. Native American Hand Painted Deer Hide: Crazy Horse

    Native American Hand Painted Deer Hide: Crazy Horse

    $522.00
    The legendary man, Crazy Horse, comes to life on this hand painted deer hide by Native American artist Evans Flammond, Sr. Learn More
  5. Native American Hand Carved Two Horse Sculpture w. Knife

    Native American Hand Carved Two Horse Sculpture w. Knife

    $625.00
    Native American artist Evans Flammond, Sr. hand carves this sculpture to commemorate the relationship the Lakota have with buffalo and horses. Learn More
  6. Hand Painted Native American Shield: Buffalo Skull w. Tracks

    Hand Painted Native American Shield: Buffalo Skull w. Tracks

    $470.00
    The Plains Indians lived well because of the buffalo, the image of the buffalo was used on important items like a shield, it helped the carrier to be brave and unwilling to back down. Learn More
  7. Native American Hand Painted Bear Claw Shield

    Native American Hand Painted Bear Claw Shield

    $470.00
    Native American artist Evans Flammond, Sr. hand paints this bear claw shield to commemorate the relationship between the bear spirit and the owner of this shield. Learn More
  8. Native American Hand Painted Two Horse Shield

    Native American Hand Painted Two Horse Shield

    $470.00
    This hand painted Two Horse Shield is a perfect example of an emerging spirit design. The spirit of the horse reaches into the physical world to help and guide the owner of this shield. Learn More
  9. One Sided Fight: Native American Hand Painted Buffalo Robe

    One Sided Fight: Native American Hand Painted Buffalo Robe

    $3,080.00
    The chase is on as depicted on this hand painted buffalo robe by Native American artist Evans Flammond, Sr. Each horse and rider has been designed according to the time period. Learn More
  10. Native American Painted Elk Robe: Retreat

    Native American Painted Elk Robe: Retreat

    $2,198.00
    Native American artist Evans Flammond, Sr. creates this depiction of the Lakota fighting off the U.S. Cavalry. There are times when you are the victor and times when you have to retreat. Learn More

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