Somewhere in time~
Group photo by Michael Huber
Left to Right: President of DA&HC, Lloyd Marcus, Running Wolf, Three Wolves
formerly Robert Lawrence, Marge Tindal, Chief White Feather
From: Deltona ArtsCenter
Sent: Monday, September 11, 2006 12:03 PM
Subject: NEWS RELEASE: A Feast of Native American Culture
Deltona Arts & Historical Center guests enjoyed a cornucopia of Native
American culture at the Opening Reception for "Spirit of Three Wolves", an
art exhibition by the Native American artist formerly known as Robert
Lawrence. The affair included a re-naming ceremony which lay to rest
Lawrence's English name.
Supreme Chief, Chief White Feather performed the ceremony awarding Lawrence
his long awaited new Native American name "Three Wolves". Three Wolves is
an Iroquois / Mohawk Indian artist who specializes in painting horses,
flowers, birds, portraits, seascapes and landscapes. He has been an artist
and occasional teacher of painting for over 40 years.
Also adding to the Native American cultural extravaganza was poetry by
renowned poetess Marge Tindal (Willow White Feather). High Priest of Wolf
Clan, Running Wolf, captivated the audience, especially the children, with
his dance in full Native American costume.
Chief White Feather shared Native American history. 10 year old Jaime Yule
charmed the audience by singing a Cherokee song.
The "Spirit of Three Wolves" exhibition will be on display at the Deltona
Arts & Historical Center until Saturday, October 7th, 12 to 4pm Tuesday -