Roger Broer (Oglala Lakota) is an artist who paints directly and in modified versions of monotype, a printmaking technique, using oil paints instead of printer’s inks and a Plexiglas plate in place of the press, hand burnishing for greater control. Broer has won numerous awards including at SWAIA Art Market. His work is held in private, corporate, and public collections, including the US Department of Interior, Washington, DC and MONA in Kearney, NE; The Brinton Museum, Big Horn, Wyoming; ATKA Lakota Museum and Red Cloud Heritage Museum in South Dakota. Broer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern Montana College (now University of Montana, Billings) and completed graduate work at Central Washington University. He has been the invitational artist at several prestigious events and has served as a juror and on acquisition boards for museums and shows in South Dakota, Oklahoma, Washington, along with numerous lectures, workshops, residencies, boards and consultancies.