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Deborah Jo Fouty - Valleyjournal

Deborah Jo FoutyValleyjournalShe loved tribal art, especially dream catchers and always had a large collection in her home throughout the years. She loved her children above all else and was incredibly proud of them and their accomplishments.

Cleaning things up - Tahlequah Daily Press

Cleaning things upTahlequah Daily Press“A lot of times, when people think about Native art, they immediately think of Plains art or Southwestern art,” said Roy Boney (Cherokee), Tahlequah artist and moderator of the panel discussion “Southeastern Indian Art: Building Community and Raising ...

Willow Creek Herbs & Tea opens in downtown GJ - Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Willow Creek Herbs & Tea opens in downtown GJGlenwood Springs Post IndependentWillow Creek also features local and native art, along with original photography. Beck will soon host classes for art and herbs — including a class focusing on children and allergies. NEW TO SPICES AND HERBS?

Willow Creek Herbs & Tea opens in downtown GJ - Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Willow Creek Herbs & Tea opens in downtown GJGlenwood Springs Post IndependentWillow Creek also features local and native art, along with original photography. Beck will soon host classes for art and herbs — including a class focusing on children and allergies. NEW TO SPICES AND HERBS?

Alaska Native artist Joel Isaak uses fish skins to communicate emotion, culture - Alaska Dispatch

Alaska Native artist Joel Isaak uses fish skins to communicate emotion, cultureAlaska DispatchAlaska Native artist Joel Isaak in front of his piece Dnigi Tiq'ets'tnaz'uyi (moose hide silhouette) at his solo show “Restorations” in February 2013 at the Alaska Na

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