© 2011 Suscol Intertribal Council, P.O. Box 5386, Napa, CA 94581
Thank you for a successful 23rd Annual
Native American Art Auction & Dinner
We look forward to seeing you next year at the Suskol House Land Project in Chile-Pope Valley!
"Suskol House" Is a Native Land based project in Chile-Pope Valley, California
Proceeds from the event will go towards the development of "Suskol House", a Native land based project in Chiles-Pope Valley, in the rural, eastern part of Napa County. Formerly known as Talahalusi (Beautiful Land), the Napa Valley is one of California's longest inhabited areas. Suscol Intertribal Council is dedicated to preservation of that rich, living culture in a contemporary setting.
There will also be Native American drum, and blessing. The silent and live auction will feature unique Native American hand crafted pieces. Local Napa Valley wineries will offer special wines for the silent auction.
Timoteo Ikoshy Montoya
Ikoshy's art, from it¹s inception, represents the evolution of immersion in native teachings as it traced it¹s way through ceremonies and the everyday part of his own personal life. Ikoshy has never had any formal art training. "I was born with my artistic abilities and my elders, the sweat lodge and related ceremonies have been my art instructors," he states. Ikoshy is an enrolled member of the Lipan Apache Band of Texas. He currently lives in the community of Yankee Hill, California.