Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

The Great Seal of the Choctaw Nation
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Paintings

1st Place: Two Princesses Standing by Kevin Hardin
2nd. Place: “Lone Choctaw-1700’s Hidden behind the beauty of the forest with brother turtle” by Janie Semple Umstead
3rd. Place: Cattle Drive by Vickie Earthman Tipton
Honorable Mention: The woman who posed as Pocahontas by Kevin Hardin
Heritage Award: Code Talker by Dylan Cavin

Graphics

1st Place: God’s Girl by Melanie Yost
2nd Place: Choctaw Greeting by Gwen Coleman Lester
3rd Place: Jenny by Carol Ayers
Honorable Mention: No Award
Heritage Award: God’s Girl by Melanie Yost

Sculpture

1st Place: We lost but we gained by Lyman Choate
2nd Place: The Hunter’s by Lyman Choate
3rd Place: Walk On by Yvonne Huser
Honorable Mention: No Award

Heritage Award: Ancient Traveler by Lyman Choate

Pottery

1st Place: Yaklush-Storage Vessel by Edmon Perkins
2nd Place: Nuni-Fish by Verna Todd
3rd Place: Okfuchush-Duck by Verna Todd

Honorable Mention: Owl Vase by Edmon Perkins
Heritage Award: Yaklush-Reproduction of 1830 Storage Vessel

Basketry

1st Place: Choctaw X Basket by Lizabeth B. Mitchell
2nd Place: Friendship Basket by Lizabeth B. Mitchell
3rd Place: Choctaw Elbow Basket by Susan Locke Charlesworth
Honorable Mention: No Award
Heritage Award: Choctaw Pouch by Lizabeth B. Mitchell

Cultural

1st Place: Timikachi-Beating of the Drum by John H. Johnson White
2nd Place: Shoboti-Shutik / The Heaven’s Smoke by John H. Johnson White
3rd Place: Jarvis Johnson, Sr.
Honorable Mention: Gourd Vessel with Turtle Lid by Cathy Nyman
Heritage Award: Beadwork by Shirley Lowman

Jewelry

1st Place: Repousse Spirit Horse by Theresa Renegar
2nd Place: Nishkin-The Eye by Robert Proctor
3rd Place: Favorite Colors by Theresa Renegar
Honorable Mention: “Tuklo hoshonti” Two Shadows by Erin Proctor Herb
Heritage award: Stickball Jewelry by Jerry Lowman

Best of Show

Pisatuntema by Dylan Cavin