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Teri Greeves, a Kiowa Indian raised on the Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Wind River Reservation, began her beading when she was eight years old. The women in Teri's family initially taught her the traditional stitches which she has expanded to include a modern point of view. Her work has been recognized nationally by a number of art institutions, including the Heard Museum's Indian Market, Eight Northern Pueblo Arts and Crafts Show, and Best of Show at Santa Fe's SWAIA Indian Market.
Below are some examples of the art produced from the workshops led by Greeves: