Evans Flammond, Sr. is a highly collected and internationally recognized self-taught Lakota artist who resides on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Evans is an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe but is also part Oglala Sioux on his mother's side.
He recognizes his uncle, a Santee Sioux mural painter, as his influence and encouragement to explore art at a young age.
The following images are representational of Evans' artwork. Evans was an inaugural artist in the first Gathering of People, Wind and Water in 2013 and was invited back for the second show on Saturday, July 19 at Main Street Square in the heart of downtown Rapid City.
Click on the images to see them larger! And visit his website to see more of his ledger art, painted hides, and reproduction work.