The original watercolor by Dreamweaver features his traditional American Indian accessories; owl and swan feathers, shells, beads, and his spirit bag.  This First People Heritage Center 2010 limited edition of 100 each 11” x 17” numbered/signed prints is available as a gift with each $100.00 tax deductible donation.  100% of the donation will go toward First People Heritage Center.

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Grandpa’s Children, Inc.
106 S. George Street, Goldsboro, N. C. 27530

We wish to express our gratitude to the following donors for their in-kind donations:

  • Dreamweaver – initial medicine wheel, round building, and informal gardens concept, class instruction with architectural and landscape design teams, programs and lectures about Woodland Indian art, culture, history and Heritage Center project.
  • East Carolina University Interior Design Department and Pitt Community College Architectural Technology under the direction of Rebecca Sweet, MFA and William Hoffler, BS – 6 team preliminary designs/ models
  • Evergreen Design Team – designs were chosen for the preliminary architectural designs, sustainable materials, sculptural trees, and entry door designs. Team members were: Chi Yiu (3 D Model), Jen Wilson & Stacy Evans (Designers) Anthony Allen (Auto Cad), Angelique Cordahi (Project Manager)
  • Joanne Lesak MFA – interior architectural design/drawings, revisions/drawings of exterior architectural design, student critiques, business plan, construction drawings.
  • Richard Slozak – business plan consultant
  • East Carolina University, Small Business Technical Support -  formulated Business Plan directed by Carolyn Wilburn
    • Chuck Battle AIA – construction cost analysis of the project