AMBER DUBOISE-SHEPHERD ART
CURRENT AND UPCOMING ART EXHIBITIONS AND MARKETS
July 2022 - October 2022
HEARTWORK: ARTISTRY OF MODERN FIRST AMERICAN WOMEN | EXHIBIT C GALLERY
Exhibit C is honored to feature four First American artists for a new exhibit beginning July 1. “Heartwork: Artistry by Modern First American Women” explores female energy and identity within several First American cultures. “Heartwork: Artistry by Modern First American Women” features paintings by Natalie Miller, Amber Duboise-Shepherd, Joyce Nevaquaya-Harris and Danielle Fixico.
1 E Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
To view the Exhibit C Gallery website for more info CLICK HERE!
October 8th - 9th
CHEROKEE ART MARKET | HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO TULSA
"For more than 15 years, the Cherokee Art Market has brought the best in Native art to Oklahoma. With more than 90 elite artists representing tribes from across the United States, the Cherokee Art Market Features artwork of unrivaled quality. This year the Cherokee Art Market will be in-person October 8–9, 2022." - Cherokee Art Market Press
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa
777 W Cherokee St, Catoosa, OK 74015
To view the Cherokee Art Market details please visit their website for more info CLICK HERE!
NATIVE AMERICAN FEMALE ART AND RESILIENCE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC 2020-2021
IMAGEN is excited to announce the selected pieces of our art call, "Native American Female Art and Resilience during the COVID-19 Pandemic," made possible through the generosity of our donor, Marty Jeiven. The art call was open to all Native girls and women. We have been blown away by the submitted pieces. Please join us in celebrating female Native talent and creativity.
To view winners of this Art Call please CLICK HERE!
CLEVELAND COUNTY CITY LIFESTYLE
August 2022 Issue
"Heartwork: Artistry by Modern First American Women" article by Jerri Culpepper
THIS IS PLACE ZINE PUBLICATION
This is Place is an ambitious project initiated by Lauren Rosenfelt in collaboration with Jessie Rosenfelt and funded by the OVAC Thrive! Grantlocated at the Little Axe Community Center in Norman, Oklahoma. This project includes several components:
A community wildflower garden and art exhibition site which features Oklahoman artists and poets whose focus of works surround topics of place such as community, culture, & regional ecosystems.
A community distributed zine (mini magazine) that features Oklahoman artists and poets whose works encompass topics of community, culture & regional ecosystems.
THE OKLAHAHOMAN NEWSPAPER
Native artists create works for OKC museum.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS-STAR
Shawnee artist celebrates heritage through paintings. (Only subscribers can view the article.)
THE OKLAHOMAN NEWSPAPER
Continuing tradition: Red Earth Festival marks 35th anniversary of showing Native art, culture. - Article by Brandy McDonnell
THE OKLAHOMAN NEWSPAPER
Mabee-Gerrer Museum education director shares Native culture through her art. - Article by Brandy McDonnell
ARTPOP TALK PODCAST
"Today we are joined by THREE special guests— The Spotlight Artists for the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition's Momentum 2021 exhibition. Momentum annually features Oklahoma artists ages 30 years and younger, working in diverse media. The exhibition presents a diversified look at young artistic talent across the state of Oklahoma. Get ready to meet Marium Rana, Amber L. DuBoise-Shepherd, and Andrea Duran-Cason for a discussion about their experience creating new work for the show."
OKLAHOMA TODAY PODCAST
"Oklahoma Today is feeling artsy, so Editor-in-Chief Nathan Gunter and Research Editor Ben Luschen sat down with Kristin Gentry and Amber Duboise-Shepherd to talk about Momentum 2021 in Tulsa, an art show dedicated to showcasing artists age 30 and younger.
Plus we learn what season needs to be added to Oklahoma's calendar in our Question of the Week and we challenge each other (and you) not to giggle at our events listings."
INSPIRING CONVERSATIONS PODCAST
"Jeff sits down with artist and educator Amber DuBoise-Shepherd to hear about what her work means to her at a deeper level, about her artistic perspective, and about how her work is informed and inspired by having grown up in a home immersed with different Native cultures, traditions, and languages. She also speaks about her work that will be displayed in the upcoming OVAC Momentum exhibit at Living Arts of Tulsa from April 2 through the 23rd."
MOMENTUM SPOTLIGHT 2021: AMBER DUBOISE-SHEPHERD | YOUTUBE VIDEO
"Amber L. DuBoise-Shepherd (Shawnee, OK) depicts contemporary Native American narratives based on her family heritage of Navajo, Sac & Fox, and Prairie Band Potawatomi. Her mixed media pieces and oil paintings reference an illustrative quality. She has an Associates of Art from Seminole State College and completed her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Spring 2016 at Oklahoma State University. Momentum is a program of the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition. OVAC grows and develops Oklahoma's visual arts community through education, promotion, connection, and funding. Learn more about OVAC and Momentum at www.MomentumOklahoma.org. Momentum 2021 is supported in part by Dunlap Codding, the Chickasaw Nation, Fowler Automotive, the Kirkpatrick Family Fund, the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Oklahoma Arts Council, Allied Arts, and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts."
"IS THIS A GREAT STATE OR WHAT?" NEWS CHANNEL 4'S, GALEN CULVER
Mr. Culver gave a me a call and asked to interview me at my home studio in Shawnee, OK my hometown. My hubby was a big help that day gets the house cleaned up before I arrived home, followed shortly by Culver. Thank you to Galen Culver for this wonderful opportunity! Take care!
ART FOCUS OKLAHOMA MAGAZINE
In the Studio with Amber DuBoise-Shepherd
By Kristin Gentry
Read about my interview with Kristin Gentry!
SLOWMENTUM 2020 GUIDED TOUR | YOUTUBE
"Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Momentum has been slowed down to Slowmentum to connect the community with the artwork at a safe distance. Join us for a guided tour of the exhibition with descriptions from each artist. For more information, visit www.momentumoklahoma.org. To view a digital gallery of the exhibition, visit https://flic.kr/s/aHsmLmCtbh."