Friends of Red Lodge-Individual Cards-Wishram Bride

Friends of Red Lodge-Individual Cards-Wishram Bride


#280  A Wishram Bride


This Wishram bride is wearing her wealth which appears to be considerable. She is wearing many hundred dentalia shells, shell disc beads, and lazy stitch beads. Her wedding cap is adorned with Chinese coins. Behind her is a mat made of titles sewn together. The Wishram people lived on the Washington side of Dalles.


Artist: Howell
Tribe: The Friar
Medium: Colored Pencil on Vellum Art Paper
Year Created: 2012
Created at: Snake River Correctional Institution.

Friends of Red Lodge, Native American Prison Art Collection.
Columbia River Series
Reproduction of Edward S. Curtis’ photograph


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Availability: 150 in stock

All cards are printed on high quality card stock and are easy to write on. These cards make great gifts for family or friends. All card sizes are 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″. Each card has a description on the back referencing the artist, the art or both.

Your purchases help support our (non-profit) causes for the Native Americans who wish to leave prison life behind and develop a new life in freedom, to learn more click here: Red Lodge Transition Center

Friends of Red Lodge supports environmentally friendly practices throughout the process. Such as, recycled paper to create this card, Envelopes are 100% PCW, Sleeves made from biodegradable material. Let’s all work together to be good stewards of mother earth.