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Lemhi Pass > Culture > Arts and Artists

Website Referral

 

Rusty Houtz
http://www.isu.edu/departments/museum/store/specials/Rusty.html
Visit this page from the Museum Store at the Idaho Museum of Natural History to view Rusty’s sculpture and learn more about the artist. Some of his sculptures are exhibited at the Shoshone Bannock Museum near Fort Hall, Idaho.

Willie Preacher, Shoshone Bannock
http://www.msstate.edu/Fineart_Online/Gallery/Trophies/preacher.htm
Brief bio and small gallery of works by this Shoshone-Bannock artist.

Fillimena – Cougar Trail Creations
http://www.fillimena.com/index.html
Fillimena, Shoshone artist producing authentic and handcrafted artifacts, tribal dance regalia, and custom jewelery.

L. David Eveningthunder, Doh-gwey Du-gwanee
http://www.artnatam.com/evnthun/bio.html
Biography of Shoshone-Bannock artist L. David Eveningthunder, Doh-gwey Du-gwanee. Gallery of some work at: http://www.artnatam.com/evnthun/index.html.

Cougar Trail Creations
http://www.fillimena.com/index.html
Fillimena, Shoshone artist producing authentic and handcrafted artifacts, tribal dance regalia, and custom jewelery.

 
Background: Portion of headdress, courtesy Lemhi County Historical Society