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Dana Tiger

Dana Tiger is Creek, Seminole, and Cherokee.  She is the firstborn child of Peggy Richmond Tiger (Cherokee Nation tribal member) and the famous Indian Artist Jerome Tiger (full blood Creek-Seminole). The primary subject of her art is Native American women, in both traditional and contemporary settings, strong Native American women, dignified and determined. 
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 "The One Who Teaches"
By Dana Tiger 
16" x 20"
signed and numbered
by the artist
Limited Edition 650
$60.00
Artist Proof 25
$90.00

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 "Generations of Strength"
By Dana Tiger 
241/2" x 181/4"
Signed and numbered
by the artist 
Limited Edition 650
$60.00
Artist Proof 25
$90.00

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 "Reaching Within"
By Dana Tiger
 
Image Size 5"x 20"
Signed by the artist
Open Edition Print
 $20.00

 

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"Cherokee Women's Council"
By Dana Tiger
 22" x 14" poster
$20.00

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 "From the Four Directions"
By Dana Tiger 
24" x 17 7/8" 
Limited Edition 650
$120.00

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"Thinking It All Over"
By Dana Tiger
15 3/4" x 15 3/4" 
Open Edition
$25.00

 

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 "Sacred Power"
By Dana Tiger 
21 5/8" x 19"
Limited Edition of 300
$150.00

 

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 "Ritual Tradition of the Human Women"
By Dana Tiger
26 3/4" x 21 1/2"
Limited Edition of 300
$150.00 

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"Memories Past"
By Dana Tiger
81/4" x 101/4"
Open Edition Print
$15.00

 

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"Women Drum"
By Dana Tiger
9 x 14 3/4"
$20.00

 

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 "Ride at Sunset"
by Dana Tiger

16 1/2" x 22 1/2"
Signed and numbered
by the artist
Limited Edition 650  
$60.00
Artist Proof 25
$90.00

 

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"Harsh Realities"
By Dana Tiger 
14" x 24 3/4"
Signed and numbered
by the artist 
Limited Edition 650
$60.00
Artist Proof 25
$90.00

 

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"From You I have Learned"
By Dana Tiger
Limited Edition

$60.00

 

 "Holding On"
By Dana Tiger 
Limited Edition of 400
$40.00

 "My Boy" 
by Dana Tiger
5" x 17" 
Signed and numbered
by the artist 
Limited Edition 400
$40.00
Artist Proof 25 
$75.00
Remarqued 25
$120.00

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"Voluntary Action"
By Dana Tiger
Open Edition
13 3/4 x 7 3/4
$20.00

 

 

"Singing with the Red Wolves"
By Dana Tiger

Poster 15 3/4 x 17"

 

 

 "Ready to Go"
By Dana Tiger
Open Edition
31/2x73/4
$10.00

 

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 "Into the Storm"
By Dana Tiger 
11" x 22"
Limited Edition of 1,000
$60.00

DANA TIGER

 

"Goin' Out"
Open Edition
3 1/2 x 7 3/4"
$10.00

 



"By realizing the natural strength and courage of women in my ancestry, I hope to portray the historical dignity and contemporary determination of Native American women" Dana's work portrays Native American women as historical and contemporary leaders. Her art provides us with a glimpse of wisdom and spirit, embodied in the subjects' determination to resolve and persevere. This ability is drawn from her experiences as a young Creek, Seminole, and Cherokee woman, surrounded by the art of her father, Jerome Tiger, whose influence is felt wherever there is Native American all, and the guidance of her mother, Peggy Tiger.

The Tiger name has a distinguishing place in the history of Native American art. Although Jerome Tiger died when Dana was only five, he left a prolific legacy. Jerome's brother, Johnny Tiger, Jr., recognized Dana's talent early, and served as a mentor and tutor Inspired by her fathers work, Dana pursued her artistic skills, as a way to know him. Through his delicate brush strokes she learned not only her fathers' genius, but the extraordinary richness of the Native American culture.

During high school and college, Dana won numerous awards for her paintings. In 1985, at the age of twenty-four, Dana began her full time career as an artist. From the beginning, her one-woman shows have been sellouts, establishing her as one of America's leading contemporary artists.

Dana has enjoyed many triumphs and endured great tragedy; the death of her father from an accidental gunshot wound in 1967; the murder of her brother Chris in 1990; and in 1992, Lisa Tiger, Dana's only surviving sibling tested positive for HIV, the virus which causes AIDS.

Dana's work continually reflects her involvement with her community, and her advocacy for the rights of women and minorities, especially Native Americans. She has donated paintings for poster projects to a number of worthwhile campaigns. Among these are the National Police Chiefs Convention, AIDS Coalition for Indian Outreach, American Indian College Fund, American Cancer Society, Ozark Literacy Council, the Indians in Medicine Project, the National Organization for Women, and the Conference of the State of the American Family.

Dana married Donnie Blair on November 7, 1992. They have two children; a daughter, Christie, and a son, Lisan. Dana divides her time between her family, painting, traveling to art shows, and speaking about her art, family, and Native American Women's issues. Dana, Donnie, Christie, and Lisan enjoy living in the heart of the Cherokee Nation where they are close to family and friends.
 


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