I have Exhibited at the 2009 Trail of Tears Art Show, and also in the 2009 Language exhibit at the Cherokee Heritage Center. Also, I have been published in the Generations: Cherokee Language Through Art book. My works are available at The Cherokee National Museum and the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum. Notably, I acquired the taste
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I am a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, a member of the Cherokee Artists Association and I live on my family’s ranch near Tahlequah, Oklahoma. My passion is traditional pottery and 18th century clothing and beadwork. I have been making traditional pottery since 2005. I dig my own clay, clean and process it, build my
I am an award winning Native American beadwork artist and public speaker. I love telling the world about our culture and our people’s history. It’s my way of keeping our sacred people alive in this day and age. Tribal Affiliation: Cherokee Nation Abraham Locust’s Art Gallery For Ejog $500 Contact Form Whether you’re interested in
Born and raised in Tulsa, Martha Berry moved to Texas in 1977, but has remained active in Cherokee Nation art and current affairs. She began studying traditional post-Contact, pre-Removal Cherokee beadwork in the 1980s. In 1994, when her daughter Christina started college, she began beading on a daily basis. When she started, there were no