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Awards and Honors

Received the following awards and honors in juried competition:

  • Won a 1st and 3rd Place Award in the "Wheel Thrown Pottery" category at the 2009 Art Under the Oaks festival in Muskogee, Oklahoma for two vases entitled "Kingfisher" and "It Cries for Acorns."
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the "Wheel Thrown Pottery" category at the 2009 Tulsa Indian Art Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma for a vase entitled "Kingfisher."
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the "Paintings" category at the 2008 Five Civilized Tribes Fine Arts Competition in Muskogee, Oklahoma for a painting entitled "Homage to Crumbo."
  • Won a 1st Place Award in the "Miscellaneous Pottery" category at the 2008 Eiteljorg Museum Indian Art Festival in Indianapolis, Indiana, for a vase entitled "Cheshire Catamount" and a 3rd Place award in the same category for a vase entitled "Not Just Black or White."
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the "Contemporary Pottery" category at the 2008 Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for a vase entitled "Cheshire Catamount."
  • Victoria was chosen as the "T-Shirt Artist" for the 2008 Five Civilized Tribes Art Under the Oaks Market in Muskogee, Oklahoma April 19-20, 2008.
  • Won a 1st Place Award in the "Wheel-thrown Pottery" category at the 2008 Art Under the Oaks Market in Muskogee, Oklahoma for a vase entitled "Buffalo Ring" and a 2nd Place Award in the same catefory for a large vase entitled "Not Just Black or White."
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the "Paintings" category at the 2008 Tulsa Indian Art Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma for a painting entitled "When Buffalo Dream."
  • Won the 1st Place Award in the "Two Dimensional" category at the 2007 Indian Summer Native American Cultural Festival in Bartlesville, Oklahoma for the painting entitled "Woodlands Majesty."
  • Won the "Southeastern Wildlife Award" at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum's 2007 Fine Arts Competition in Muskogee, Oklahoma for the painting entitled "Woodlands Majesty."
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the "Water-Based Paintings" category at the 2007 Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for a painting entitled "Woodlands Majesty."
  • Has two pieces of pottery, "Spiro Geometrics" and "Wa da du ga" or the "Dragonfly" currently featured in the "Cherokee Pottery, People of One Fire" exhibit sponsored by the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The Dragonfly vase is featured on the back cover of the show's catalogue.
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the "Pottery" category at the 2007 Tulsa Indian Art Market for a vase entitled "Moundville Mystery."
  • Won the "Best of Show" award at the 2006 Cherokee Accents Indian Art Market in Corpus Christi, Texas for a vase entitled "Seeing Red."
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the "Water-Based Paintings" category at the Cherokee Art Market in Catoosa, Oklahoma for "The Contrary II."
  • Won the 1st Place Award in the "Three Dimensional" category at the 2006 Indian Summer Art Market in Bartlesville, Oklahoma for a vase entitled "Spiro Geometrics."
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the "Two Dimensional" category at the 2006 Cahokia Mounds Contemporary Indian Art Market in Collinsville, Illinois for a painting entitled "The Contrary."
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the "Water-Based Paintings" category at the 14th Annual Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market for "The Contrary."
  • Won the "President's Award" at the 2006 Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival for her large vase entitled "Cahokia Moon." The award, the second highest award for the show preceded only by the "Best of Show" award, goes to the piece of artwork chosen by the Chair of the Red Earth Board of Directors that is, in his or her opinion, the best piece of artwork at the show.
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the Two-Dimension Category at the 2005 Indian Summer Festival for a painting entitled "Harvest Dance" in Bartlesville, OK September 16-18, 2005.
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the Paintings Category at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum's 2005 Competitive Art Show in Muskogee, OK, June26, 2005 for a painting entitled "Harvest Dance" as well as a 2nd Place Award in the Miniatures Category for a painting entitled "Dragonfly and Sun Circle."
  • Won the Cecil Dick Master of Heritage Award for a painting entitled "Raccoon Recipes" at the 2003 Five Civilized Tribes Museum's Competitive Art Show in Muskogee OK, June 29, 2003. Also received an Honorable Mention Award for a mixed media painting entitled "Illustrated Man."
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the Paintings Category at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum's 2001 Competitive Art Show in Muskogee, OK, July 1, for a gouache painting as well as the Cecil Dick Master of Heritage Award for the same piece.
  • Received an Honorable Mention Award at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum's 2000 Competitive Art Show in Muskogee, OK, July 9, 2000 for a gouache miniature painting.
  • Won the Merit Award in the Wheelthrown Category at the 2005 Creek Council House Competitive Art Show June 18, 2005. All awards presented were Merit Awards.
  • Won 1St Place Award for a vase entitled "Seeing Red" in the combined Pottery/Sculpture Category at the 2003 Creek Council House Competitive Art Show in Okmulgee, OK, October 11, 2003. Also received an Honorable Mention Award for a vase named "Cahokia Palisades" in the same category.
  • Was Featured Artist at the 2001 Creek Council House Indian Art Market in Okmulgee, OK, October 10, 2001.
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the Paintings Category and a 3rd Place Award in the Pottery Category at the 2000 Creek Council House Indian Art Market in Okmulgee, OK, October 7, 2000.
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the Pottery Category at the Creek Council House Indian Art Market in Okmulgee, OK October 6, 1999.
  • Received a special Chairman's Choice Award, Creek Council House Indian Art Market, Okmulgee, OK, October 3, 1998.
  • Won 1st Place, 2nd Place and 3rd Place Awards in the Wheelthrown Pottery Category at the 2005 Five Civilized Tribes Museum Art Under the Oaks Festival April 2-3, 2005.
  • Won 1st Place Award in the Wheelthrown Pottery Category at the 2004 Five Civilized Tribes Museum Art Under the Oaks Festival for a piece entitled "Cahokia Palisades, April 3-4, 2004.
  • In 2002 & 2003 designed logo to be put on Five Civilized Tribes T-shirts. All of the shirts sold. Museum has logo on file.
  • Won 1st Place, 2nd Place and 3rd Place Awards in the Wheelthrown Pottery Category at the 2002 Five Civilized Tribes Museum Art Under the Oaks Festival April 6-7, 2002.
  • Won a Merit Prize for a gouache painting at the 12th Annual Lawrence Indian Arts Show Juried Competition in Lawrence, KS September 9-10, 2000.
  • Received Judge's Honor Mention Award at the 11th Annual Lawrence Indian Arts Show Juried Competition in Lawrence, KS, September 10-11, 1999.
  • Won 3rd Place in overall category at the 1999 High County Arts Festival in Eagle Nest, NM July 24-25, 1999.
  • One of four Arkansas Native American Artists featured at the Arkansas Heritage Month exhibition sponsored by the Arkansas Arts Council, Little Rock, AR, May-June, 2000.
  • Won 1st Place, 2nd Place and 3rd Place Awards in the Wheelthrown Pottery Category at the 2001 Five Civilized Tribes Museum Art Under the Oaks Festival April 7-8, 2001.
  • Won 2nd and 3rd Place Awards in the Wheelthrown Category, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Art Under the Oaks Festival, Muskogee, OK, April 8-9, 2000.
  • Was the Featured Artist at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum for the month of August 1999. Work was displayed from August 8 through September 7.
  • Won 1st Place, 3rd Place Awards and an Honorable Mention in the Wheelthrown Category, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Art Under the Oaks Festival, Muskogee, OK, April 10-11, 1999.
  • Won 2nd Place and Honorable Mention in Wheelthrown Category, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Art Under the Oaks Festival, Muskogee, OK, 1998.
  • Was the Featured Artist for the Gallery of the Plains Twenty- third Annual Indian Art Exhibition, Nichols Hills, OK, September 2-5, 2004.
  • Won the 1st Pace Award in the Three Dimensional Category at the Ninth Annual Cahokia Mounds Contemporary Indian Art Show in Collinsville, IL, July 10-11, 2004.
  • Received an Honorable Mention Award in the Combined Categories of Artwork at the Fourth Annual Cahokia Mounds Contemporary Indian Art Show in Collinsville, IL, July 15-16, 2000.
  • Received 2nd Place Award at the 2004 Tulsa Indian Arts Festival in the Pottery Category, February 20-22, 2004 in Tulsa, OK.
  • Received an Honorable Mention in the arts competition, Pottery Category, Tulsa Indian Art Festival, Tulsa, OK, February 22-23, 2003.
  • Featured Artist for the 16th Annual Tulsa Indian Arts Festival February 1-3, 2002. Won a 3rd Place Award in the Pottery Category.
  • Won Best of Show at the 2000 Tulsa Indian Art Festival, Tulsa, OK, February 18-20, 2000. Also won 1st Place in the Pottery Category.
  • Received an Honorable Mention in the arts competition, Pottery Category, Tulsa Indian Art Festival, Tulsa, OK, March 12-13, 1999.
  • Received an Honorable Mention, Tulsa Indian Art Festival, Tulsa, OK, February 12-15, 1998.
  • Won a Merit Award in the combined pottery category, 2003 Red Earth Festival, May 23-25 in Oklahoma City, OK.
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the Non-traditional Pottery Category, 2002 Red Earth Festival, June 7-9 in Oklahoma City, OK.
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the Non-traditional Pottery Category, 2001 Red Earth Festival, June 8-10 in Oklahoma City, OK.
  • Won 3rd Place Award in the Non-traditional Pottery Category, 2000 Red Earth Festival, June 9-11 in Oklahoma City, OK.
  • Won 2nd Place Award in the Non-traditional Pottery Category, 1998 Red Earth Festival, Oklahoma City, OK.
  • Selected in January 2003 as an artist for the Arkansas Art Exhibit program for U.S Senator Blanche Lincoln sponsored by the Arkansas Committee for the National Museum of Women in the Arts. A painting titled "Dance of the Flyers' will be exhibited in Senator Lincoln's Little Rock and Washing DC offices for two years.
  • Won a 2nd Place Award in the three-dimensional category and an Honorable Mention Award in the two dimensional category at the Fayetteville Fine Arts Festival September 14-15, 2002 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
  • Received an Honorable Mention Award in the Paintings Category and an Honorable Mention Award in the Pottery Category at the Cherokee Heritage Center's 30th Annual Trail of Tears Art Show on May 5, 2001 in Tahlequah, OK.
  • Won a 3rd Place Award in the Pottery Category at the 2000 Chickasaw Nation Festival Competitive Art Show, Tishamingo, OK October 6, 2000.
 
 
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