See my beadwork at the following galleries and events:
Tradition & Innovation
Artists of the Eastern Woodland Tribes
March 5 - April 2, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 5th, 6-8pm
Hera Gallery is pleased host the Tradition & Innovation: Artists of the Eastern Woodland Tribes. Through this collaborative venture, Hera Gallery and the Tomaquag Museum seek to promote a dialogue about Native American arts & culture and its role in the contemporary arts. We invite the public to join us Saturday, March 5th from 6 to 8pm for the opening reception of Tradition & innovation.
This exhibition will present work that represents traditional approaches to Native American arts, specifically those from the Eastern Woodland tribes, as well as contemporary approaches and media.
Made of Thunder Made of Glass II is on the move!
The "Made of Thunder, Made of Glass II" exhibit is moving to the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University, New York. It will open to the public on February 7, 2016. If you missed it at Memorial Hall Museum, you still have a chance to take in this exceptional exhibit of both contemporary and antique Northeast Woodland beadwork. The exhibit will run until June 26th, 2016. Three of my beaded purses are included in this exhibit "Rebirth", "Petroglyphs" and "Lady in Top Hat", plus 2 of my peaked caps. It is an honor to have my work included in this wonderful exhibit!
Petroglyphs side one
Lady in Top Hat
Made of Thunder Made of Glass II
You can find my beadwork also for sale at:
on my Etsy shop WabanakiBeadwork
Acadia National Park Maine
Abbe Museum Gift Shop Bar Harbor, Maine
Clark's Trading Post Lincoln, NH
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum Warner NH
Wolfshadow Irene Peters' booth at numerous pow wows throughout the Northeast
part of the permanent collection at the Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor, Maine 2012
"Hands" Beaded Purse
Part of the Collection at the Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum, Warner, NH 2012
Rhonda Besaw • living in the "Great North Woods" of New Hampshire • 603-837-3381 • send an email