Scott and Gail Johnson

Scott and Gail Johnson consider themselves to be "team" when it comes to doing craftwork and other projects that come their way. Scott likes to work with wood, and Gail likes to paint it. They take their craft work seriously. Whatever craftwork they make whether it is drums, rattles, birdhouses, beadwork, or whatever inspires them, they make it as a tribute to all that the Great Spirit has made. They do their craft work with good thoughts and feelings, and never in a bad way.


Scott Johnson has been "walking the red road", which includes having fulfilled his commitment as a Sundancer. His wife Gail walks this road with him and is a devout supporter of him. They have many friends of different nationalities and tribes. Also, their family includes the Kemp family of the Omaha Tribe.  Gail is a member of the Powwow committee at Metropolitan Community College. It meets year round, with the focus of being educational and beneficial for all peoples involved.


Scott and Gail Johnson approach life with a mindset of learning, of thanksgiving, and of prayer. It is their hope that the people that purchase their artwork will enjoy it, find it useful in their spiritual path, and will find that it is honorable to the Great Spirit. It is their hope that in doing so, you will remember to pray for others, for guidance for all of God's children.

Mitakuye Oyasin. (we are all related)


Photograph courtesy of Metropolitan Community College, Omaha NE

Gail and Scott Johnson present their hand made drum to Edward Albee
at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha Nebraska.

 

A collage of the Johnson's work above.

Below:  Click on each picture for a larger view.

EAGLE CRY DRUM
Collection of Edward Albee

EAGLE DRUM AND STAND

EAGLE CRY DRUM

BLUE BUTTERFLY DRUM

OWL DRUM

LION DRUM

BEAR DRUM

PAINTED GOURD

ASSORTED RATTLES

 


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