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Welcome Friends from the 2022 Haskell Indian Market. Unfortunately we have had a web site glitch. Please see my note further down on this page to the left. Thank you.

I am attending the Haskell Indina Art Market for the first time in three years!

For the first time in three years the Haskell College is holding the Haskell Indina Art Market as an in-person show. If you would like to purchase any of Victoria's artwork please send us an e:mail at "" or call us at 479-839-8571. We accept all credit cards, money orders and checks. We will only take credit card information over the phone for security reasons.

I've got pottery, prints and paintings for sale in the gallery


Victoria will be attending the 2022 Haskell Indian Art Market on the grounds of the Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas.

September 3-4, 2022. The show will be from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Saturday and 10:00 Am to 5:00 PM on Sunday.

I have both pottery and paintings for sale covering a wide range of prices from $2,500 for my larger paintings to $60 for small originals. My pottery runs from $600 for a large head pot to $50 for a small vase. To find out what I do have available you can e:mail me at "" or call me at 479-839-8571. We will be happy to send you images and visit with you.

I use acrylic paints and have been doing acrylic pours for the backgrounds on the paintings. My pottery is wheel thrown with hand painted motifs that are fired into the clay. I do not paint on my pottery after it is fired.

I also have prints of all on my paintings in standard size matts to fit ready-made frames. I have both 8" X 10 " and 11" X 14" prints and would be glad to send you images if you contact me. Thank you very much. Victoria

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History Title

The Mound Builders

Learn about the Native American culture that inspires my artwork.

I have an article on the history of the Mound Builders, please take a look at it in the history section.