SunRose IronShell is a contemporary NDN Artist. SunRose breaks American stereotypes of Native art as an independent curator, poet, and fashion entrepreneur. In 2012, she earned two Bachelor's degrees from the Institute of American Indian Arts (Santa Fe). SunRose is the recipient of awards from Santa Fe's South Western Indian Art Market and was voted He Sapa Designer of the Year. SunRose is Sicangu and Oglala Lakota of the Titowan Band of the Oceti Sakowin, the Seven Council Fires, known to the world as the Sioux Nation. As a Ledger artist, SunRose takes the traditional form of documentation and reflects a narrative of how Contemporary Indigenous people are living through the time of the Black Snake, #MNIWICONI. SunRose was featured in 2022's Women of The White Buffalo documentary.
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