BLACK EAGLE

Awards and References

 

Best of Show UT small Best of Show Briscoe small

 

Black Eagle receives Best of Show award, Briscoe Western Art Museum, San Antonio TX, October 4, 2014

 

 

 

Best of Show Utah 2013

Black Eagle receives Best of Show award, Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City UT, October 12, 2013



Awards 1992

American Indian Art Festival, Dallas TX: Peoples Choice, Best of Class, Best of Division, Tribal Arts; Best of Class, Best of Category, Cultural Crafts
O'odham Tash
, Casa Grande AZ: Best of Class, Best of Category, Cultural Crafts

 

Awards 1993

Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market, Phoenix AZ: Best of Division, Cultural Items
O'odham Tash, Casa Grande AZ:
Best of Class, Paintings, Drawings, Graphics
Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis IN:
Best of Class, Textiles and Attire
Aspen Celebration for the American Indian (Smithsonian benefit), Aspen CO:
Best of Class, Cultural Items
Intertribal Indian Ceremonial, Gallup NM:
Best of Category, Ceremonial and Musical Items

 

Awards 1994

Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market, Phoenix AZ: Best of Class, Best of Division, Cultural Items
Red Earth, Oklahoma City OK: Best of Division, Drawing or Printmaking
Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis IN: Best of Class, Textiles and Attire

Awards 2007

Arizona State Museum, Tucson AZ: Gordon Carle Award of Excellence in Tribal Arts


Black Eagle receiving Gordon Carle Award

Awards 2008

Prescott Indian Art Market, Prescott AZ: People's Choice
People's Choice award

Awards 2013

Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City UT: "Best of Show"

Prescott Indian Art Market, Prescott AZ: People's Choice

Peoples Choice Prescott 2013

Awards 2014

Briscoe Western Art Museum, San Antonio, TX: "Best of Show"

Tesoro Cultural Center Indian Art Market, Morrison, CO: First Place, Traditional

 

Museum Exhibitions

"The Way We Live"

Contemporary American Indian Art of the Great Basin & Sierra Nevada

October 27, 2012 - March 31, 2013

Nevada Museum of Art, Reno NV

 

Museum Collections

Caleb E Calkins Collection

Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture

Mount Pleasant, MI

 

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology

American Section

Native American Collection

Accession #2010-22: Thunderstick War Rattle, 2002


Cultural Arts Judge 1994 and 2002

American Indian ArtFestival, Dallas TX


Teacher Workshop 1995

Museum of Natural History, Pacific Grove CA


Creating & Interpreting a Gourd Drum Workshop 2010

The Center for Creativity and Community, San Andreas CA

 

Featured Artist 2012

Prescott Indian Art Market, Sharlot Hall Museum, Prescott AZ


Poster Artist 1996

Intertribal Indian Market, San Juan Capistrano CA


Movie Roles

"Liwanu" in "A River of Skulls", Sheep Ranch Productions

"Chief" in "Bloodline", Oasis Motion Pictures

Videos

Discovery Road series, "Native Americans and Sacred Water" episode, interview, 2014

"I Make Noise", Produced, directed by George Allen Durkee, 2015


Magazine References

Best of the West, Southwest Art Magazine, February 1994, page 26
Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, Ornament Magazine, Autumn 2002, page 30
Tradition! Ancient Arts and Crafts Revived, Native Peoples Magazine, November/December 2005, page 29
Deadly Beauty, Traditional Native Weapons, Native Peoples Magazine, July/August 2006, page 54
Gallery Tour, Cowboys and Indians Magazine, October 2006, page 73
Buckskin Artisans Today, Native Peoples Magazine, September/October 2013, page 35

Newspaper Articles

Copperopolis man creates 'echoes of his heritage', Calaveras Enterprise, page 1, July 21, 2000
Authentic Art, Notable Art section, Go, Monterey County Herald, pages 27 & 28, November 10, 2005
Indian Market, Santa Fe New Mexican, pages A-1 and A-8, August 17, 2006 (corrections August 18, 2006)
Parade, The Oklahoman, page 12A, June 2, 2007

Native Treasures, The New Mexican, (photo) page A10, May 24, 2010
Mountain Ranch man preserves heritage with art, Calaveras Enterprise, pages A1 and A5, July 16, 2010

Book Review

The Trail of Many Spirits - Paws*Wings*Hooves*Moccasins, Serle Chapman, Acknowledgements, Back Cover


Book References

Ceremonial Indian Art, A Measure of Excellence, Vol II and III, Laurance D. Linford, Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Assn, page 124
Contemporary Native American Artists, Dawn Reno, Alliance Publishing, pages 49-50
Official Price Guide to Native American Art, Dawn Reno, House of Collectibles, pages 269, 315-317 and 323



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