There will be an article about Rhonda and her work (entitled "New Faces") in the Jan/Feb 2005 issue of Native People's Magazine. (Available now!)
Rhonda will be participating in the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market in Phoenix, AZ, March 5th and 6th, 2005.
Rhonda won Best of Division in the Doll Category at the Heard Show. She will be participating in the SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market - August 20th and 21st.
Rhonda has won the 1st and 3rd place awards for the second consecutive year in the Diverse Artforms/Transitional Cultural Objects Catagory at Santa Fe Indian Market - SWAIA 2005.
Rhonda and her work were featured in the Collectors Issue of Southwest Art Magazine (Oct. 2005).
Rhonda will be showing her work at the Heard Indian Market and Art Fair in Phoenix, AZ on March 3rd and 4th, 2006.
Rhonda won a Best of Division award and a Judges Choice Award (awarded by Martha Struever) at the March 5, 2006 Heard Show in Phoenix, AZ.
Rhonda has won the Best of Classification award in the Diverse Artforms/Transitional Cultural Objects catagory at Santa Fe Indian Market - SWAIA 2006.
2007: Rhonda was elected Vice President for the Foundation for the Preservation of American Indian Arts and Cultures, Inc. (Saint Augustine's Indian Center, Chicago,Illinois)
Rhonda will be showing her work, once again, at the Santa Fe Indian Market August 18 and 19 2007.
Rhonda won 2nd Place in Classification VII Diverse Arts - 2007 SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market with her doll, "Thunderbird."
Three of Rhonda's Award Winning dolls appear in:
500 Handmade Dolls: Modern Explorations of the Human Form (500) (Paperback) by Lark Books (Akira Blount:Juror)
Thank you all so much for your support! I have exciting news to share. I will be in an upcoming show and book "Grand Procession: Contemporary Artistic Visions of American Indians, the Diker Collection at the Denver Art Museum" that will be available February 15th on Amazon! Check it out!!
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