Thank you to all the staff and judges at the Cherokee Art Market.
Looking forward to this one. Booth #137, stop by and say hello.
The Cherokee Art Market is one of the largest Native American art shows in Oklahoma.
Featuring 150 elite Native American artists, representing 50 different tribes from across the United States.
Jewelry, pottery, textiles, painting, sculptures and more.
Saturday, October 8, 2016, 10am - 5pm
Sunday, October 9, 2016, 10am - 5pm
Sequoyah Convention Center inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa
Free for children 12 and under
For directions, click here.
FALSE FACED GOD
By: JOSHUA ADAMS
1st Place 2016 SWAIA Indian Market
Class V: Sculpture
Thank You to the SWAIA organization, judges and staff for another amazing market.
Saturday, August 20, 2016
Beals & Co. Showroom
830 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM, 87501
Transitions in Traditions will offer a study of Native American art as a continuum, placing side by side historic and contemporary artworks. Through presentations of objects created in a range of media; visual and conceptual connections are drawn between generations of Native people, art traditions and cultures.
Typically arranged chronologically, geographically, or by medium, exhibitions of Native Art have almost solely focused on either historical or contemporary works, with very little mixing of the two. Transitions in Traditions will prompt visitors to see the links and progressions within the expanse of Native American art, and to contemplate it with fresh eyes. Expanding through cultural, historical, intellectual, and aesthetic terrain, Transitions in Traditions offers a new advance to Native American art by investigating the conceptual underpinnings and artistic intent of contemporary and historic artworks alike. Featured artists include sculptors, Upton Greyshoes Ethelbah, Joshua Adams and Tammy Garcia, and painters, Micqaela Jones and Felicia Gabaldon.
New "Clan Gatherer" stickers available now.