Elk border fabric by Paula TopSky Houtz
Elk Border Fabric
Paula Top Sky Houtz (Shoshone-Bannock Chippewa Cree)
Paula TopSky Houtz is a Shoshone-Bannock tribal member from Fort Hall, Idaho. She also proudly represents her Chippewa Cree blood and those roots can be seen in all her art and designs.
Paula is active in culture and traditions and draws inspiration from them.
She attended the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico and returned home to establish herself as an artist on her reservation.
Her artwork can be seen throughout Fort Hall, notably some past and current Fort Hall Festival logos and soon to include placement on the new I-15 overpass expansion, depicting Shoshone-Bannock ways of life.
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FABRIC MARKET water mark will not be printed on Fabric.
Fabric is printed to order, may take up to 10 days from date of order.
Printed on Medium weight Gabardine. If you want other fabric bases or other color combinations just contact us.