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Wokoyake Limited Edition Art Print.

Wokoyake at Taos Pueblo Pow Wow, Limited Edition Offset Lithograph reproduced professionally from an original acrylic painting and proofed by the artist - Peter Lynn

WOKOYAKE

Lakota Style Pow Wow Dancers

"Wokoyake" was reproduced professionally from an original acrylic painting and proofed by the artist.

  • Limited Edition: 950. Hand-signed & numbered.
  • Paper Size: 24” x 18”
  • Print Process: Offset Lithograph.
  • Paper Type: Textured finish. Acid free, archival.
  • Price: $75 plus shipping and handling, unframed.
  • Shipping: Prints are carefully packed in a tube and sent Priority Mail via United States Postal Service (USPS). Package tracking so you can follow your order. Allow up to two weeks for delivery.

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Wokoyake
WOKOYAKE
Lakota Style Pow Wow Dancers

Pow Wows are one of the best ways to participate in American Indian culture. For several years, during the 1990's, I joined in as an art vendor at the annual Taos Pueblo Pow Wow. The singing, drumming, dancing and trading generated a palpable energy that always stayed with me long after the fun-filled 3-day event.

In Lakota, there is a distinction between every day clothing (of any period) and attire that enhances an individual's appearance when participating in special events. Costume is Wokoyake meaning roughly "attachment" from the root koyake, "to attach, hook up, tie together." Lakota wokoyake means "Indian costume" - Excerpted from American Indian Art Magazine.