I am a member of the Wichita Tribe, located in Anadarko, OK. The traditional art of the Wichita people includes beading and leather work, however I find myself drawn to working with gold, silver and precious stone. I am inspired by the many renowned Southwest artists as well as my late brother-in-law, Navajo artist, Herbert Taylor.
My designs include traditional and contemporary designs and my passion for the small creatures and birds of the Tucson desert, where I currently reside. I take pride in producing each piece by hand with the best quality in mind.
Autry Indian Arts Marketplace 2014, 2nd Place Jewelry
Red Earth Festival 2016, 1st Place Traditional Jewelry
Red Earth Festival 2016, 2nd Place Contemporary Jewelry
Santa Fe Indian Market 2016, 2nd Place Contemporary Jewelry
Santa Fe Indian Market 2016, Honorable Mention, Contemporary Jewelry
Red Earth Festival 2017, 3rd Place Contemporary Jewelry
Eitlejorg Museum 2018, 1st Place (Sterling w/Stones)
Eitlejorg Museum 2018, 2nd Place (Gold Work)
Heard Museum 2020, 2nd Place (Jewelry)
Santa Fe Indian Market, Santa Fe, NM (August)
Santa Fe Winter Market, Santa Fe, NM (December)
Autry Indian Arts Marketplace, Glendale, CA (November)
Heard Museum Show, AZ Phoenix, (March)
Eitlejorg Museum Show, Indianapolis, IN (June)
All Turquoise used in Fortune Huntinghorse Jewelry is high-grade natural turquoise. Other materials used include:
-Natural Mediterranean Coral
Most any item marked "sold" can be made to order.
Turquoise currently available: Bisbee, Lone Mountain, Apache Blue, Candelaria, Kingman (Red-web and black-web), Royston, Damele, Easter Blue, Carico Lake, McGinnis, Sleeping Beauty, Godber-Burham, Hachita, and Cloud 9.