Chickasaw Based Artwork: "Artistic Renaissance"

Jeannie Barbour

Jeannie Barbour describes the difficulty she had in finding artists who specialized in Chickasaw artwork, and the "artistic renaissance" that has occurred in Chickasaw culture in the time since.


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Illustrations: Expressing Emotions Through Color

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Bringing Chickasaw Culture into My Artwork

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Moving beyond a background in advertising, Jeannie Barbour received some excellent advice from noted native artist and friend Benjamin Harjo.

September 15, 2011 - New Chickasaw Children's Book

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Artist Jeannie Barbour and storyteller Glenda Galvan came together to create a new Chickasaw children's book.