Aug. 7. 2010:
We are saddened by the physical loss of Ruth Yellowhawk who has passed into the spirit world on August 7th, 2010 at home in He Sapa, Black Hills, South Dakota. May peace be with you.
-Read an article from Dayton Daily News Here (PDF)
Jun. 1. 2010:
Ruth Yellowhawk (Jim's Wife) has been regrettably diagnosed with cancer. There is a fund online for donations to help cover medical costs, as both family members work independently and do not have health insurance. Please help us as we struggle and pray for her recovery.
Feb. 20. 2010:
Happy New Year 2010...Here's some news for the new year.
-Pendelton Blanket is using one of my works for a 2010 Blanket.
The work is titled "A Lakota Way of Life" which is I feel Honored.
I am doing some art exhibits and Dance performances. While I am here In New Zealand until June 2010. Here are some pics of the trip so far couple from the boat trip from North Island to South Island New Zealand.One at Weta studio in Wellington NZ.
FEATURED SHOW: A SONG FOR THE HORSE NATION
NOVEMBER 14, 2009–JULY 7, 2011 - NEW YORK
-Won 1st place & Best in Classification in Diverse Arts in Santa Fe Indian Market 2009,Red Earth Art Market and Powwow ,Oklahoma City,Oklahoma 2009 1st place with a creation titled " Photographing Sioux Delegates in 1867"
Best of Fine Arts in Northern Plains Indian Art Market 2009, Sioux Falls,SD with a piece titled Mitakuye Oyasin "relatives"
My father, myself, Steven,and Gabe Yellowhawk danced at Mt. Rushmore
during 4th July weekend, 2009. 3 generations of Yellowhawks.
-Jim Yellowhawk was featured in the RIDERS
Italian Motorcycle Magazine 2008
A feature on Native Bikers in the USA
-The Art of Restorative Justice: Art as healing Workshop (PDF)
-Built a New Studio Cabin 2008
-World Famous Sturgis Rally Hesapa Ride #4
-A local business Oyatekola uses Jim's art for trailer Design 2009
-Vermont Studio Center Fellowship Johnson,VT Oct 29-Nov 25, 2007
-Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian 2006
-2005 Exhbitions & Events
"A Restorative Journey"
-NCORE Conference Recap
-"Hanging Loose in Hawaii - A Lakota Aloha
Northern plains Tribal Art Show
Poster Artist 2003
-"Art Through Lakota Eyes"
An article from the Honolulu Advertiser
Monday, September 15, 2003
Limited Edition Print