Award Winning Art Here you will find traditional Native American art as well as more modern Contemporary themes, including jewelry, ceremonial pipes, stone sculptures, and paintings by Choctaw Indian Artists.
Authentic Native American
Here are some of
1st Place Pottey Miniatures -- Heard Museum Indian Market -- March 2015
Best of Show - Choctaw Art Show 2013, First Prize - Choctaw Art Show 2013, First Prize - Sedona Arts Festival 2011-2012, First Prize - Gold Medal Award Drawing Category
Conservatory Art Classic
|Gwen Coleman Lester|
Choctaw Indian Art Show 2012
Best of Division, Graphics
Cherokee Art Market 2012
Choctaw Pow Wow in Tuskhomma 1st & 3rd place in jewelry category
Honorable Mention Choctaw Nation Art Show 2011
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Today's Featured Artist Is
Specialties:Porcelain Jewelry, Pottery, and Sculpture
Marsha's Otter Pipe is her most recent award, winning a 1st place in Pottery Miniatures at the 2015 Heard Museum Indian Market. Follow Marsha on Facebook to see more of her new work before its available to buy. Effigies are Marsha's favorite pottery style and you will also find many of those on her website.
Marsha's Native American pottery has become an important part of her artwork. She makes both traditional and contemporary pottery designs in a variety of clays, including native hand dug clay which she fires traditionally in a wood fire outdoors. She also makes contemporary pieces using both the native clay and porcelain. You can see many pieces of her award winning pottery on her website.
Marsha's native artwork includes both ancient and modern American Indian shapes, symbols and designs. From a very young age she has been very interested in her native heritage and for many years has been anxious to bring that heritage to her artwork. She has been working in porcelain for over 20 years and has been recognized as a Fellow by the International Guild of Miniature Artisans. It is this skill with miniatures and attention to detail that have made her native style jewelry so interesting and unique. She has also done some silver and lapidary work in the past. She brings all of these skills to her jewelry making in some cases combining the exquisite hand painted porcelain with silver and stone. The term wearable art is well suited to the jewelry Marsha makes. The hand painted animal portraits are as detailed as many large pieces you will see. Her attention to detail and unique vision for her jewelry result in unusual and lovely pieces of miniature art that are sure to become heirlooms.
visit her blog Marsha's Porcelain Art for information on all of the various artforms that Marsha makes.
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