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The Woodland Indian Art Show & Market announce the winners of the juried art show for 2013. This program is supported with funds from the Wisconsin Arts Board, Oneida Nation Arts Program, and the ...

The Woodland Indian Art Show & Market announce the winners of the juried art show for 2013. This program is supported with funds from the Wisconsin Arts Board, Oneida Nation Arts Program, and the Oneida Tourism Dept, and many donations and volunteers.

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    2013 Woodland Indian Art Show & Market Awards 2013 Woodland Indian Art Show & Market Awards Presentation Transcript

    • Juried Art Competition July 5, 2013
    • Artwork Categories  2-Dimensional Art  3-Dimensional Art  Functional Items & Apparel  Raised Beadwork  Traditional Art  Youth
    • Art Show Head Judges  Laura Manthe – (Oneida) past member of Great Lakes Basket Makers Association, world traveler sharing Haudenosaunee art and culture  Becky Webster – (Oneida) raised beadwork artist, former Commissioner and Vice-Chairwoman of the Indian Arts & Crafts Board, tribal attorney
    • Art Show Judges  Jo Anne House – (Oneida) beadwork artist, tribal attorney  John Breuninger – (Oneida) veteran (Air Force), lifelong dedication to planning and public health in Indian country, avid art collector  Rod Hill – (Oneida) contemporary acrylic painter  Brenda John Stevens – (Oneida) traditional Iroquois potter  Oakley Arnold – (Oneida & Menominee) Iroquois feather artist, drum maker, wood carver
    • 2-Dimensional 2nd Place Dawn Dark Mountain (Oneida) The Morning Star
    • 2-Dimensional 1st Place Dawn Dark Mountain (Oneida) Treaty Calico Series/Wild Strawberry
    • 3-Dimensional 2nd Place Judith L. Jourdan (Oneida) Grass Dance Singer
    • 3-Dimensional 1st Place Lahnehtahá˙wi Metoxen (On^yote?a˙ká) Erotic Iroquois Cannibalistic Vessel
    • Functional Items & Apparel 2nd Place Lahnehtahá˙wi Metoxen (On^yote?a˙ká) 15th Century Oneida Iroquois Vessel
    • Functional Items & Apparel 1st Place Douglas Limon (Oneida) Blue Crane Cradleboard
    • Raised Beadwork 2nd Place Sandra Wescott-Gauthier (Oneida) Victorian Jewel Holder
    • Raised Beadwork 1st Place Betty Willems (Oneida) Men’s Regalia
    • Traditional Art 2nd Place Dan Loudfoot Simonds (Mashantucket Pequot) Wampum Turtle Set
    • Traditional Art 1st Place Doug Limon (Oneida) Cardinal Cradleboard
    • Youth Winner 1st Place Jalena Skenandore (Oneida) Turtle Yolk
    • Youth Winner 2nd Place Anthony Silva (Oneida) Shifty Iroquois Pottery Headed Base Men
    • Yaw^>ko Financial Contributors Planning Committee Volunteers