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" I am inspired by your visual  interpretation of courae and hope, two qualities that  we don't  devote enough time to and that have to be lived to be seen."                       -Williston ND

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Stop Horsin' Around, CASA
Rapid City SD
2007

Lake Agassiz Arts Council
Fargo ND
2006
   

Spirit of the Painted Pony, Easter Seals
Bismarck ND
2005

Catch a Painted Pony, Easter Seals
Minot ND
2004
   

James Memorial Center for the Visual Arts Folk Art Festival Williston, ND, September 2006




Scout Song, Coyote Style
Combining Native American imagery and history with Expressionism colors and composition, Black Pinto Horse designs this work to honor and sing the "Scout song, Coyote style !!"

The piece is a tribute to all the Arikara Scouts/Warriors that fought to preserve the culture of the Arikara nation. The victory song is carried loudly to the ears of the enemy. Today, the song and the enemy has changed for the Arikara Nation.

The new owner of Scout Song, Coyote Style, holding the highest bid of the auction selling for $700.  All of the proceeds of the James Memorial Art Center Fundraiser Auction go towards the development of educational art programs for the children and adults of the community.

A total of 22 coyotes were embellished and donated by artists of North Dakota and auctioned for purchase on September 30.  Emily's creation, Wonder Dog, sold for $140 to a hard working and deserving council member of the arts.  The crowd was encouraged by Mrs. Yellow Bird to be a good model for children and make good choices; become a Super Hero!


Nelson County Arts Council, Pekin ND
McVille State Bank - owners of Stone Bull

Stone Bull, hukos kanits
(Arikara language) literally translates to Stone Buffalo Bull. Stone Bull represents the chief of the buffalo. He brings back the thunders to the people from "The chief that Sits Above" in the spring when new life begins. The word stone is used to demonstrate his solid nature and resiliency as a spiritual being.

The foundation color was completed by Emily Yellow Bird with the color green representing growth and new life; the gradient Red to Yellow on the legs conveys the movement and passion of life to enlightenment that we experience with the coming of spring.

Stone Bull is decorated with all the elements in the fashion of the expressionism colors and symbols of the First Nation images to announce the return of the thunders and bring back life to the world.

Winter Art Auction, featuring the MAJESTIC BUFFALO in miniature, Nelson County Arts Council, Pekin Community Center.


Other Philanthropy Projects

Bob Reha Benefit Event, Fargo ND, 2007
James Memorial Center for the Visual Arts Coyote fundraising
auction, Williston ND, 2007
Easter Seals fundraising Auction, Sheridan WY, 2006

Lake Region State College Auction Fundraiser, Devils Lake ND, 2006
"Minnie the Moose on the Loose, EasterSeals, Sheridan, Wyoming, 2005
"Herd is the Word", Easter Seals Gillette WY, 2005


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