Chey’s style of art has many mediums, in Acrylic or Watercolour, they would paint their traditional Sioux designs which are in Geometrical shapes and Vibrant colours, that are heavily inspired by the powwow dancers in their community.
They also enjoy painting the scenery of Morley, from the land where they would often play as a child, they would often practice drawing wildlife. They would often draw Portraits of people in magazines or their family members in pencil, charcoal and lots of shading! As much as they loved to paint, they had been taught to make traditional and beading regalia from oral teachings from their Elders. They would make dresses, moccasins, for themselves and their daughter, and accessories for their children so they can dance.