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Erica Marie Deitz
“Today we are faced with the need to forge forward into the future and encourage our children and grandchildren to succeed in the dominant society.  At the same time, we do not want to forget or compromise the richness and knowledge of our past.  We want to teach our children and grandchildren the knowledge, wisdom, and lessons for our ancestors.”    
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                  Seminole Clan Design III            "HoChunk Removal I", Erica Marie Deitz - copyright 2018
   Erica Marie Deitz - copyright 2018.               Artwork commissioned for a documentary about Erica's Winnebago great-grandfather, Henry Roe Cloud

Robert Cloud North, Jr.

Robert is a member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida and belongs to the Panther Clan from his mother's heritage.  Robert began playing guitar, writing songs and performing with his band, Hybiskus at the age of 14. In high school Robert found a second major interest in filmmaking.  At the age of 19 Robert graduated from Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in filmmaking.  Robert continues to compose original lyrics and music and perform at various venues in South Florida and throughout the United States. 

Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma

Poorehorse is a freelance artist that draws upon his Native heritage to produce paintings, painted cow skulls, and other three dimensional artifacts.  Poorehorse presently lives with his family in Florida.

 Image #1:

"Semino Camp I"  
Erica Marie Deitz 
Copyright 2018
On permanent collection 
Lowe Art Museum
Univ of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida

Image #2:

"Seminole Warrior VI"
Erica Marie Deitz
Copyright 2018
Entitled:Seminole Village      
      37”x 42”
2009 Logo t-shirt design for the Seminole Tribe of Florida - Hollywood Rez Rally

"I am a member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida and belong to the Panther Clan from my mother’s heritage.  I was born in Winnebago, Nebraska of which I am of Winnebago and Ojibway heritage from my father’s side.  I began drawing at the age of three, during which I received tutelage from my mother, Jo Motlow North, who is an accomplished Native American artist and from my extended family.  My first major art contest came to me by age 10 when I entered the International Children’s Art Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan and earned a bronze medal. The following year I entered again and earned another bronze medal.  I have entered local art contests with the Seminole Tribe of Florida and won numerous first and second place ribbons through the years.  I had the privilege to have different pieces of my art hanging in the Florida Governor’s mansion and also in the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C."