Here are the winners in the 2001 Lawrence Indian Arts Show:
Best of show: Marcus Cadman, Shiprock, N.M., "Leaders of Nations," mixed-media painting, two-dimensional; Clarence Lee, Gallup, N.M., "My Own Little World," sterling silver and 14K yellow gold jewelry box.
Merit awards, two-dimensional: C. Maurus Chino, Corrales, N.M., "Acoma Windy Mesa," monotype; Gordon M. Coons, Minneapolis, Minn., "Art is Cool," tempera; Sahra Dee, Lawrence, "Downtown," photography; Rusty Diamond, Lawrence, "Bear Chief," oil on paper; Lisa Fifield, Minnetonka, Minn., "Bison, Black Hills," photography; Matt Learned, Oklahoma City, "Red Sioux," oil; Virgil Nez, Chinle, Ariz., "Shape Shifter," oil on paper.
Merit awards, three-dimensional: Roger Cain, Stilwell, Okla., "Buffalo Warrior," mixed-media mask; Mary Annette Clause, Sanborn, N.Y., "Springtime Gathering," mixed-media, six-piece dress regalia; Jackie Histia, Acomita, N.M., "Corrugated Canteen," clay pottery vessel; Levi Jiron, Odessa, Mo., "Abstract Horse," mixed-media sculpture; Paul Keliiaa, Santa Fe, N.M., "Visions of the Paths," Indiana limestone sculpture; Kalley Keams Lucero, Glendale, Ariz., "Dream Thoughts," rug of naturally dyed wools; Joseph Skywolf, Wimberley, Tex., "Southern Plains Horse Mask," mixed-media beadwork.
Judge's honorable mention, two-dimensional: Marcus Cadman, Shiprock, N.M., "I'm Just Going to the Trading Post," acrylics; Shawna Cain, Stilwell, Okla., "Southeastern Woodland Food Serving Mat," naturally dyed basketry; C. Marcus Chino, Corrales, N.M., "Harvest Dancers Acoma," charcoal drawing; Richard Lomahinma Dawavendewa, Grand Forks, N.D., "Hopi Tutsqua," relief painting; Tom Fields, Stillwater, Okla., "Longest Ride," photography; Michele Tsosie Sisneros, Espanola, N.M., "Soul Searchers," acrylic on paper; Jon Tiger, Eufaula, Okla., "Moment of Meditation," acrylics on canvas.
Judge's honorable mention, three-dimensional: Shawna Cain, Stillwater, Okla., "Cherokee Gathering Basket," naturally dyed basketry; Clarence Lee, Gallup, N.M., "Indian Cadillac," sterling silver and turquoise bolo tie; Mary A. Seymour, Acoma, N.M., "Lightning," native clay and pigment bowl; Penny Singer, Wichita, "Navajo Beauty," two-piece velvet dress outfit; Sandra Walker, Milo, Maine, "Honoring the Ojibway," birchbark and quill basketry.
Youth competition: Ages 13-16 best of show, Mitchell Sahlfeld, Beloit, "Wolf," clay sculpture; honorable mention, Nate Reano, Santo Domingo, N.M., pipestone necklace. Ages 12 and under best of show, Shandiin Woodward, Albuquerque, N.M., "Munch Crunch," acrylic; second place, Isaac Coyote, Cortez, Colo., "The Last One Standing," woodcut block print; third place, Faith Coyote, Cortez, Colo., "Butterfly on the Mountain Lion," acrylic; honorable mention, Faith Coyote, "The Little Doggie," woodcut block print.