This brochure, Documentary of Six Cherokee Artists, was produced to accompany a 1976 exhibition of honeysuckle baskets by Nancy Conseen, woodcarving and sculpture by Gilbert Crowe, rivercane basketry by Edmund Youndbird, pottery by Louise and John...
Since the mid-20th century, woodcarving has become a popular craft on the Qualla Boundary. Animals are a favorite motif. This dolphin, carved from cherry and poplar, was made by Gilbert Crowe, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
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