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 Contact Form Whether you’re interested in placing a custom
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