D. K. Lemon, Inc.

Indian Country Expressions

Indian Country Expressions (ICE) was established to publish and sell greeting cards featuring Authentic Native American Art.


ICE is looking to license the art of talented Native American artists for our greeting card line.  If you are interested or know someone interested in submitting their artwork please contact us.

Limon Fine Art, LLC
Rachel A. Limon and Douglas K. Limon are both talented artists. They have formed Limon Fine Art, LLC to create, license, and promote their work. Rachel is an award winning artist. She works in clay, water color, and photography. For more information and to view her work go to: www.mnartists.org/Rachel_Limon.

Doug is also an award winning artist. His medium of choice is beadwork. His signature Turtle designs are beaded directly on to art paper to create contemporary wall art. His work is collected as often by lovers of contemporary art as well as those specializing in Authentic Native American Art. For more information and to view his work go to: www.mnartists.org/Limon2.

In 2012 Douglas was honored with Minnie Jackson Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture and Lifeways for demonstrating a lifetime of traditional art perpetuation. He has continually practiced traditional beadwork for over 50 years. He has also transformed his work into a more contemporary style.

Minnie Jackson (1911-2011) is a renowned basket maker from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan. Known for her strawberry baskets, she made baskets all her life, taught the traditions to community members, and is remembered as a role model of cultural wisdom. The Ziibiwing Center is owned and operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, Mount Pleasant, MI.
In 2012 Douglas was honored with Minnie Jackson Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture and Lifeways for demonstrating a lifetime of traditional art perpetuation. He has continually practiced traditional beadwork for over 50 years. He has also transformed his work into a more contemporary style.

Minnie Jackson (1911-2011) is a renowned basket maker from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan. Known for her strawberry baskets, she made baskets all her life, taught the traditions to community members, and is remembered as a role model of cultural wisdom. The Ziibiwing Center is owned and operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, Mount Pleasant, MI.
In 2012 Douglas was honored with Minnie Jackson Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture and Lifeways for demonstrating a lifetime of traditional art perpetuation. He has continually practiced traditional beadwork for over 50 years. He has also transformed his work into a more contemporary style.

Minnie Jackson (1911-2011) is a renowned basket maker from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan. Known for her strawberry baskets, she made baskets all her life, taught the traditions to community members, and is remembered as a role model of cultural wisdom. The Ziibiwing Center is owned and operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, Mount Pleasant, MI.
You can purchase art by Douglas K. Limon by clicking an image in the slideshow below:
The ZAP! Game, LLC

Douglas K. Limón designed The ZAP! Game. He is also co-founder of The Zap Game, LLC with his wife Rachel A. Limón. The ZAP! Game, LLC is located in White Bear Lake, MN (USA) and is an American Company.


Doug and Rachel have teamed up with The Game Crafter, LLC. The Game Crafter, LLC is located in Madison, WI (USA) and is an American Company. The Game Crafter, LLC has been in the game design/manufacturing industry for over 10 years and published many of their own titles. The Game Crafter will print, assemble, and ship The ZAP! Game.