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Remembering WWI Code Talkers

Memorial Day is a time to remember those who gave their lives in service of our country. Travel with me today back to World War I. It's near the end of the war, late in the fall of 1918, in the French countryside. The Germans have tapped American phone lines and every communication of battle pla...

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Counting Down

Installation Day

Spirits Rising, an exhibition of my work, opens April 3 at Red Earth Art Center in Oklahoma City. This is wildly exciting for me so I hope you will bear with my exuberance. Installation day was Friday, March 31, and I thought you might enjoy a couple of "behind the scenes" photo...

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Warrior Spirit

Daily Fight to Survive
Hummingbird is known as a warrior spirit with healing powers, and one of the strongest totems. The tiny hummingbird embodies the spirit of a great warrior. His daily fight for survival shows us that success is not only for the large and powerful. Etched in stoneware, this hum...

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Dancing for My Mom at Red Earth

Red Earth is an event dear to my heart.  It is an organization committed to promoting the rich traditions of American Indian arts and cultures through their museum and fine art markets.  For 30 years, the Red Earth Festival has showcased Native American artists and dancers during its 3-day event...

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