Sharon Irla Featured in TulsaPeople

Sharon Irla photographed by Tulsa People

For a special preview of the [Cherokee Art Market], TulsaPeople chatted with one of the visiting artists for our October issue:

From her childhood, Cherokee artist Sharon Irla recalls her mother’s sewing room and the handmade quilts and painted Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup bottles created by her grandmother. Both women influenced Irla’s career, first as a muralist and trompe l’oeil artist, and currently as an oil painter inspired by her Native American ancestry and culture.

Read all about it in the October issue of Tulsa People.

 

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