Artists

    Red Earth provides Native artists the opportunity to exhibit and consign for sale handmade, one-of-a-kind art pieces. This is a list of some of artists we currently sell and promote in our shop.
    • Alejandro Vaca

      Norman, Oklahoma based fashion designer, Alejandro F. Vaca Yánez is a 3rd generation artist working in the fashion industry. He is the owner of his own brand called Vache Brothers where he sells his handmade items.

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    • Amber L. DuBoise-Shepherd

      Amber L. DuBoise-Shepherd depicts contemporary Native American narratives based on her family heritage of Navajo, Sac & Fox, and Prairie Band Potawatomi.

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    • Ashley Showalter

      Ashley is a self-taught artist and a peer mental health advocate, living in Norman, Oklahoma. She creates art with quirky designs, bright colors, and intricate patterns.

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    • Brent Deramus

      Brent is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. Chafa homma, his own brand, creates designs that make a statement about the rich diversity in Native American culture. 

       

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    • Brent Learned

      Brent Learned is an award winning and highly collected Native American artist who was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma.

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    • Dylan Cavin

      Jeremy Dylan Cavin was born in Chickasha, OK, and is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation. Receiving many honors and awards throughout his increasingly successful art career. He is known for his paintings and ledger art.

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    • Candace Shanholtzer

      Candace Shanholtzer is a member of the Choctaw Nation, living in Oklahoma. She received a B.A. in Fine Art from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

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    • Carolyn Bernard Young

      Carolyn is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and a Mississippi Choctaw. She is a registered Choctaw artist and granddaughter of two original enrollees. 

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    • Carrie Parker

      Carrie Parker a member of the Cherokee tribe is the owner of Always Greener. Carrie and her husband are Oklahoma natives who briefly lived in Los Angeles before moving back to Oklahoma City 10 years ago, with their sons James and George.

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    • Chester Cowen

      Chester Cowen is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. He specializes in beading and photography. He has been creating Native American beadwork pieces for more than five decades.

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    • Dolores Purdy

      Dolores is a member of the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma living north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dolores’ images may represent bison hunters riding past colorful teepees using bright colors, and vivid imagery as her way to stand out from the other ledger artists as well as honoring her ancestors.

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    • George Curtis Levi

      George Curtis Levi is a member of the Southern Band of The Cheyenne People. He was raised in the Western Oklahoma Communities of El Reno, Concho and Geary.

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    • Greg Stice

      Greg Stice is the award winning Cherokee artist behind the brand Cherokee Copper. Creating authentic yet modern Native American jewelry that is rooted in tradition. Assisted by his family, Lisa his wife and their children, Moriah, another award winning artist, Joshua and Katie who are also Cherokee Nation citizens. 

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    • Jarica Walsh

      Jarica Walsh was born in Pawhuska of Osage and mixed European heritage and is a proud member of the Osage Nation. She lives and works in Oklahoma City, maintaining a studio in the Paseo Arts District.

       

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    • Jennifer Reeder

      Jennifer was born and raised in Oklahoma and is a member of the Caddo Nation. She began beading as a young adult and continues to create traditional and contemporary pieces that reflect today's trends in Native fashion.

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    • Jessica Moore Harjo

      Jessica Moore Harjo, Ph.D., is an artist, designer, and educator based in Oklahoma. She is the founder and owner of Weomepe Designs providing graphic design services and producing jewelry, apparel, and other creative design products.

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    • LakotaLuck

      Bernnie is the owner of LakotaLuck and is a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.  She began beading at a young age and in later life she owned The Bead Shop in Laramie, WY.  She now travels the lower 48 states in her camper and loves rock hunting, photography, designing jewelry and having all sorts of adventures. 

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    • Les Berryhill

      Lester Roy Berryhill is a Native American artist focusing on beadwork. He lives in Edmond, Oklahoma and is a member of the Yuchi and Muscogee tribes. He is a self-taught artist specializing in beadwork of cultural artifacts. 

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    • Linda Kukuk

      Linda Kukuk, a life-time resident of the Oklahoma City area, is a self-taught Choctaw artist. Since the early 1960’s she has participated and won numerous art shows, specializing in scratch board art. 

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    • Lisa Rutherford

      Lisa Rutherford is a Cherokee artist from Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Her art encompasses ceramics, beadwork and twining. She is recognized for her work with pottery for promoting and preserving Cherokee art and history.

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    • Marco Arviso

      Marco Arviso is a member of the Navajo (Dine’) Nation. Originally from Black Rock, AZ. In 2010 he started designing his own jewelry line and communicates traditions of his people by using sacred semi-precious gemstones.

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    • Mel Cornshucker

      Mel Cornshucker is a contemporary Cherokee potter living in Tulsa, Oklahoma, who works in stoneware, porcelain, and raku clay. He is known for his high-fire stoneware, decorated with hand-painted, Native-inspired motifs and designs.

       

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    • Natalie Miller

      Natalie Miller a Chickasaw artist is best known for her acrylic paintings’ vibrant use of color on canvas. Her large- and small-scale works explore linear abstractions, bold color combinations, and the playful colliding of geometric forms.

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    • Patta LT

      Patta is Choctaw and grew up in McAlester, Oklahoma, now living in Norman, OK. She began her career in the 1980s making jewlery. In 1990, she introduced a new label  “Patta LT,” a more contemporary line geared toward professional women.

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    • Ronda Talbert Moss

      Ronda Talbert Moss is a Cherokee basket maker living in Pryor Oklahoma.

      She specializes in weaving baskets with pine needles and making miniature double-wall vine baskets.

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    • Susan Howard

      Susan grew up in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma and currently resides in Oklahoma City with her family. She is a member of the the Muscogee/Creek tribe. Passionate about her craft, she makes unique beaded jewelry.

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    • Timothy Tate Nevaquaya

      Timothy is an award winning, Emmy nominated, and celebrated Comanche artist and flutist from Apache, Oklahoma. To this day, Timothy is one of a few Comanche artists working in a traditional and contemporary styles of Indian art.

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    • Victoria McKinney

      Victoria is a citizen of theEchota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama. She specializes in pottery and gouache paintings (gouache is a form of opaque watercolor) which incorporate the graphic designs of the Mound Builders of the Woodlands and Mississippian Period. 

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    • Yonavea Hawkins

      Yonavea is a Caddo artist who creates unique bead work. Her work includes Native American cultural items such as moccasins, bandoleer bags and jewelry. She loves Caddo dances and attending powwows when not setting up for art markets.

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