• "Essence of Being," by Tony Tiger. Acrylic on paper and panel triptych, 28''x54''.

    Tony Tiger: Full Consciousness of Being

    The 2018 World Cup is fast approaching, with national sides making their final preparations ahead of this summer’s tournament. We now know the groups after December’s draw. England have been put together with Belgium, Tunisia and Panama in Group G. Gareth Southgate’s side were not among the top seeds, meaning they featured in pot two […]

  • Fort Smith Western Heritage Art Show

    New art market opportunity in the Fort Smith, Arkansas area!

    For Fort Smith Western Heritage Month, the Classic Charitable Foundation is seeking Native artists to exhibit at their 1st Annual Western Heritage Art Show. The show will be held at the historic Old Frisco Train Station in downtown Fort Smith. It is the first event to be held at the newly restored train station, and […]

  • WinterEvite2014

    Museum of Contemporary Native Arts features SEIAA Artists

        TONY TIGER: FULL CONSCIOUSNESS OF BEING January 25 – May 11 Tony Tiger, Essence of Being, 2013, acrylic on paper, 28 x 58 (image courtesy of the artist) Tony Tiger’s work speaks to a philosophy of contemporary Native soul. His work honors the truth and spirit of Native peoples’ endurance. In the mixed-media […]

  • Spider Gallery

    Southeastern Indian Artists at the SPIDER GALLERY

    Come see SEIAA members’ work at the Spider Gallery during the Holiday Art Sale’ Visit their Facebook page here for directions and more information.

  • Anita-Fields-&-Tony-Tiger

    Recent Works by Anita Fields and Tony Tiger

    OPENING RECEPTION NOVEMBER 7 | 5PM – 7PM Joy Pratt Markham Gallery at Walton Arts Center running November 7- January 25 The exhibition Linking the Past to the Present features works by Oklahoma artists Anita Fields (Osage) and Tony Tiger (Sac and Fox). Like other contemporary Native American artists, their work is constantly changing and developing, while […]

About

The Southeastern Indian Artists Association (SEIAA) is located in northeastern Oklahoma. Formerly known as the Cherokee Artists Association, the group promotes and protects the interests of Native American, Southeastern, and Native Artists.[1] The Cherokee Artists Association has over one hundred Native Artists as members. Artist Members are verified as tribal members as stated in the Indian Arts and Crafts Act. The group also operates a cooperative art gallery. Members include Martha BerryMike Dart, Bill Glass Jr., Demos Glass, Sharon Irla, Jane Osti, Troy Jackson, and Shan Goshorn.

The group was formed officially in 2004 after native artists came together and decided that they needed to begin helping each other to be successful artists in the Native Art world.[2] Many artists travel to Santa Fe Indian Market, Cherokee Art Market and various other places. The Cherokee Artists Association is one of the top Native Artists Associations in the United States.[1]

"Essence of Being," by Tony Tiger. Acrylic on paper and panel triptych, 28''x54''.

Tony Tiger: Full Consciousness of Being

The 2018 World Cup is fast approaching, with national sides making their final preparations ahead of this summer’s tournament. We now know the groups after December’s draw. England have been put together with Belgium, Tunisia and Panama in Group G. Gareth Southgate’s side were not among the top seeds, meaning they featured in pot two […]

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Fort Smith Western Heritage Art Show

New art market opportunity in the Fort Smith, Arkansas area!

For Fort Smith Western Heritage Month, the Classic Charitable Foundation is seeking Native artists to exhibit at their 1st Annual Western Heritage Art Show. The show will be held at the historic Old Frisco Train Station in downtown Fort Smith. It is the first event to be held at the newly restored train station, and […]

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