You can see the images yourself at his website:
...where he defends his cultural appropriation on three different pages...
about / statement / faq
His self-defense is a bunch of gibberish and gobbledygook, employing words like "imagineering" and "art-versation".
On the faq page he claims that "select local members of Indigenous Tribes considered the show's purpose and images . . . and anticipate the exhibition will generate greater appreciation and support of Indigenous Tribal art, culture, and people." So it's all OK, because a few indigenous people he found said it's OK! And some unspecified percentage of the profits will go to "to support Indigenous youth arts education." So it's all OK! Get out your checkbooks! (Sorry, Walking Lodge is already SOLD at $1,500.00)
One of the most offensive things about this exhibition are the formulaic names for the pieces: Great Sun Bear ($975), Grey Eagle Horse ($975), Howling Crow ($850).
Go here to see a video by Scott Erickson describing his art residency at a church in Texas:
One more thing. Please be sure not to use any of the images from Scott's "Alliance Rebellion" website, because these images now belong to Scott Erickson. They've been copyrighted under the English common law violently imposed by the invaders.
"All images are copyrighted © by Scott Erickson. The use of any image from this site is prohibited unless prior written permission from the artist is obtained."