Cherokee artists Fred Brady,
Dennis Goodhawk and Jerry Milner.


Turtle Creek Gallery

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Jerry Milner is nationally known for his wood and alabaster vessels. This walnut vase is from a single piece of walnut. The vase stands 18" high. With turquoise inlay it is a museum quality piece.

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Turtle Creek Gallery

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Brady's dance set, mounted on cork board for easy removal, is a masterpiece of this genre. Composed of hairpipe bone and bullet casings, the choker and breastplate have no equal. The dance stick and fan as well as the breastplate are beautifully beaded. Outstanding art work.

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The White House proudly displays one of Goodhawk's pipes. All his work is handwrought including the steel blades of the tomahawks. His inlaid bone is unique to his work. Meticulous detail is his trademark.

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Dennis Goodhawk carves marvelous renditions in antler. The Hummingbirds shown are just one example of the delicate beauty of a Goodhawk carving. These are for the connoisseur of fine carving..

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