Media: Painting, Web Designs and Jewelry.
To acquire a creative field in the Visual Communications(Commercial Arts). Where I can utilize and advance in my considerable experience in graphic designer/web designer/multi-media designs/art directions/web applications developer/IT Skills/SEO/SEM/Drone Operator
Creative experience in the following:
❖Brochures, Menus, Newspapers
❖Logos & Buiness Cards,Spec Ads
Web & Multimedia
❖Web Site Design and WordPress
❖CD Cover Design
I have earned my degree in 1989 from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Visual Communications program in the field of commercial arts. I also use it to showcase my ongoing portfolio of design work that I have created over the years. I have held vast in-house positions from entry level to an advance graphic designer positions, in a wide range of industries such as paper industries, academic field, advertising, web development and search engine marketing. As a freelancer. I have been honing my skills as a graphic designer, web application developments and search engine marketing within Western New York area. I have enter various contests plus arts and crafts shows. Recently, my 4 paintings are exhibited in the art shop at the Onöhsagwë:de’ Cultural Center formerly as a Seneca Iroquois National Museum.
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Kristina M. Tome
Media: Oil, acrylic, watercolor paintings, I also create charcoal drawings and I am a beadworker.
I am currently attending the University of Buffalo for Masters in Critical Museum Sciences. I received my Bachelor in Fine Arts. I have shown my work around Western New York. Seneca Nation Cultural Center/Museum, Cayuga Museum, Roswell Park, Burchfield Penny Arts Center.
1st place – Seneca Nation Cultural Center Fall 2018 Beaded Strawberry necklace.
I create art to make people happy. My work lately has been focused on missing, exploited and murdered indigenous women. I create these pieces in oils on large canvases. This issue has become a main focus in my paintings. I also create beadwork. My beaded pieces that I focus on are beaded strawberries necklaces.
Media: Custom Airbrush Painter
Rachael Mt. Pleasant
Media: Lead and charcoal
G. Peter Jemison
Media: Mixed media, painting, prints
Media: Pen and ink
Media: Oil Painting
Media: Contemporary painting, drawing & sculpture
I attended the Cooper School of Art, in Cleveland, OH and received an Associates of Art in 1967. Drafted for Vietnam for 1968-1969, where I became a “Combat Artist” my last 5 months in Nam. I completed an Internship at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C. 1976. Also an internship at the NYS Museum 1979. Helped develop the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum where I worked 1975-1988. I now produce art in my studio on Main Street in Salamanca, NY.
For me, art is self-expression. Being a Seneca Indian artist, my art is almost always Seneca-Iroquois culture based. Because of our unique history, land (territory) rights, there is never-ending reason to produce art.
This in turn, contributes to our ability to survive as a people. I have done public art involving mosaic tile, stainless steel, stained glass, etc. We must interpret and express our history and our culture ourselves because we know it best.
Home: (716) 945-1355
Roger B. Thompson
Media: Drawing, painting and wood burning
From self-taught to attending Philadelphia College of Art, I received Bachelors of Fine Arts in Illustration in 1985. I currently work as a freelance illustrator and Native American Artist. Galleries and shows; Kenneth Young Gallery, Lawtons, NY/ Arnack Art Gallery Inc., Buffalo, NY/ Iroquois Indian Museum, Howe Cave, NY/ Cedar Arts Center, Corning, NY/ Community Gallery of Lancaster, Lancaster, PA/ Limited Editions, Orofina, ID/ Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, Salamanca, NY/ Burchfield ∙ Penny Art Center, Buffalo, NY/ National Indian Health board 26th Annual Conference 2009, Washington, D.C./ Seneca Nation Fall Festival/ Routes to Art, Olean, NY/ Seneca Allegany Casino, Salamanca, NY
As an artist, I’ve always loved to draw. Drawing provided an escape from my every day life. Iroquois, as well as other Indian tribes’ beliefs, revolved around that all matter is living. For Mother Earth to survive, man must respect and live in harmony with nature. It is nature that inspires me to be the artist that I am.
Nation/Clan: Mohawk Nation/Wolf Clan
Media: Woodburning,framed art prints,art cards,wood carvings.
Tracy Thomas is a Wolf Clan member of the Mohawk Nation, he grew up at the Onondaga Nation, near Syracuse,N.Y.
Having been born with 2 partial fingers on his left hand and none on his right hand, this has not hindered him anyway from pursuing art.
He has won many awards since the age of 6 and has designed 3 Team Haudenosaunee Logos in 1997,2006 and 2008, the only artist to be bestowed this honor for the North American Indigenous Games-a Native Style Olympics.
Tracy is now under the tutelage of Soverino Lupo, a established woodcarver and has been learning how to carve low and deep wood relief carvings. In addition, he has started working on cultural canes with Haudenosaunee symbols…
Recently completed woodburned designs for the “Two Row” Dugout Canoe, a handcarved traditional canoe for the historical journey from July 2nd-Aug 9th 2013, a symbolic ride from the Onondaga Nation to the Hudson river, ending in N.Y.C in celebration of “Guswentha”, the 400 year old treaty with the Dutch.