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Incredible Metal will be at the Buffalo Chip
Sturgis, SD

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Upcoming Events

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8th annual Jon Crane Childrens Home Society Benefit Auction 5:30p.m.
Friday, October 10

Dahl Fine Arts Center,7137th St. Rapid City,SD

 2014
South Dakotas
First Lady's
Prairie Art Showcase
Oct.24th & 25th Ramkota Hotel & Conference Center in Pierre

Our gallery is open, please stop by and see us!

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Welcome


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Incredible Metal Art Work

Welcome to Incredible Metal art work, beautiful Native American and Western Art. Each piece of metal art is handmade and one of a kind. Feel free to browse our site and make sure to check out our portfolio page that includes our past work. If you see any past work that you like, contact us and we will let you know if we can create similar metal art for you. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Nona and her horse collection
Mother's Day Open House


Please join us for this special event May 11th, 2014

Featuring:

Nona Prang and her horse collection

Delane Quiver Boyer Path Chosen

Book Signing!
Delane Quiver Boyer will be here for a book signing for his book
Path Chosen - Life of a Lakota

This is my story of my memories, thoughts, and interpretations that I made from my experiences starting at the beginning of my age of awareness. I grew up on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota where I faced living in two different cultures to the time I joined the U.S. Army. My story is not about the accumulation of wealth or being famous or being some savior. It is about a simple dream. My story starts from the time I remember reaching the age of awareness to the present. I do not claim to be a writer, so my story may not be a well-planned or polished literary work that meets all the high standards of writing. The story is about being on a path out of poverty. I was raised by my grandparents from a baby to the time I joined the U.S. Army. For some reason my mother left me to be raised by her parents. They were poor people, seasonal laborers, who lived with a strong belief in their God. We lived in a two-room shack with tarpaper siding that had not inside toilet, running water or electricity. That was our home. They were always short of money to buy necessities and usually faced hunger. However they were a good couple and had a faith to believe in God. However I was fortunate to get a good education and had the opportunity to join the army for a career. I experienced new horizons that exposed me to new learning’s that tempered my attitude. I wish to share my experiences and thoughts from traveling along a path chosen with especially the Lakota youth and the non-Lakota youth what have written in this book. Pilamaya—Thank you

Bombshell Boutique from Martin, SD

 

Plus! Register to win a sculpted rose from Incredible Metal.
Anyone who signs the guest book will be entered in the drawing!

 

Incredible Metal Gallery Featuring Artists:

  • Brett & Tammy Prang - Incredible Metal (metal sculptor)
  • **NEW** Featured artist - Richard Dubois - Rapid City
  • Featuring a new piece of Walt Hortons, "Repentance"
  • Barb Hallberg - She does horse hair pottery and more!!
  • Lorna Moore (oil & water color)
  • Paul & Linda Szabo artist (silver jewelry) Mission SD 
  • Frank Denton ( carved wooden bowls )
  • John Lopez (bronz sculptor)
  • Jammie Huggins (bronz sculptor)
  • Dakota Stoneware (pottery)
  • Kathy Sigle (water color)
  • Marion Toillion (water color)
  • Chris & Terry Baldwin - South Beekota (honey & gifts)

Come See Our Work Displayed at:


614 St. Joseph Street
Rapid City, SD

Incredible Metal Art Gallery
and Guest House








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