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Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

2014 Crossing Four Rivers, Allan Houser Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. With Linda Lomahaftewa
2012 Moundbuilders: Exporing the Ancient Southeastern Woodlands, Ahalenia Studios, Santa Fe, NM. With Linda Lomahaftewa | Link
2010 The Cherokee Spokespeople Project, The Chapel at Cherokee Heritage Center, Park Hill, OK
2007 At the Crossroads, East Gallery, Oklahoma State Capitol, Oklahoma City, OK
2006-7 Face to Face: Portraits by America Meredith, Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, NM. Catalog.
2006 Between Cultures: Conflict and Common Ground, North Fourth Art Center, Albuquerque, NM
2005 SFAI MFA Graduation Show, Herbst Pavilion, Ft. Mason Center, San Francisco, CA. Catalog
2004 Loyal, Lions Center, Loyal, OK
2003
America Meredith: Solo Exhibition, Indiana University Purdue University Indiana Cultural Gallery, Indianapolis, IN

2001-2

America Meredith: Paintings, Southern Plains Indian Museum, Anadarko, OK. Catalog

Selected Group Exhibitions and Art Fairs

2014
SWAIA Indian Market, Santa Fe NM. Annual participant since 2003
Heard Museum Guild Art Fair, Phoenix AZ. Annual participant since 2004
2013 Octopus Dreams: Works on Paper by Contemporary Native American Artists, 516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM; Samara Regional Art Museum, Samara, Russia
The Language of Flowers, Myriad Botanical Gardens, Oklahoma City, OK
Indigenous Brilliance 2013: Contemporary Native American Art Exhibition, Palazzo Vecchio, Seborga, Italy. Curated by Elijah Vandenberg and Lyle Toledo Yazzie
That's Not Me at Colorado State University's Duhesa Gallery, Fort Collins, CO. Curated by Doug Sink and Tracy L. Morris
Stories Outside the Lines at the Heard Museum North Scottsdale, AZ
2012-3 Encoded: Traditional Patterns/A Contemporary Response at the Tweed Museum of Art at the University of Minnesota Duluth. With Emily Arthur, Tom Jones, Henry Payer, Dyani Reynolds-White Hawk, Amy Lonetree, and Joanna Bigfeather. Curated by John Hitchcock.
2012 Indian Ink: Native Printmakers in the J.W. Wiggins Collection at the Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of Arkanas, Little Rock, 500 University Plaza. Curated by Bobby C. Martin (Muscogee Creek)
Quick Draw, Wheelwright Museum, Santa Fe, NM. Also in 2010.
Reconquête par l'Art, Festival America de Vincennes 2012, La galerie Orenda, Vincennes, France
Contemporary Native American Art in Russia, Novosibirsk Biennial of Contemporary Graphic Arts, Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Novosibirsk, Russia; Togliatti Art Museum, Togliatti, Russia; Samara Regional Art Museum, Samara, Russia
Cherokee Homecoming, Cherokee Heritage Center, Park Hill OK. Annual participant since 1995, except 2001 & 2003
Extraordinary Animals at the Berlin Gallery at the Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ
Contemporary Native American Art in Russia at the Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts, Ekaterinburg, Russia.
Indigenous Brilliance: Contemporary Native American Art at the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institute Gallery, London, England, UK. Curated by Cornelia Vandenberg and Lyle Toledo Yazzie.
Messengers at Rainmaker Art Gallery, Bristol, England, UK. Curated by Joanne Prince.
Indigenous Brilliance: Contemporary Native American Art at the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institute Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Cornelia Vandenberg.
44th Annual Red Cloud Indian Art Show at the Red Cloud Heritage Center and Museum, Pine Ridge, SD. Annual participant since 2009 | Link
.Trail of Tears Art Show, Cherokee Heritage Center, Park Hill OK. Annual participant since 1995
Facing the Sunland: America Meredith + Sallyann Paschall + Kay WalkingStick, Berlin Gallery, Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ
2011-2
Doll: An Intimate Figure, Roxanne Swentzell Tower Gallery. Pojoaque Pueblo. Curated by Rose B. Simpson
2011

Salon du Dessin et de la Peinture à l'Eau at the Grand Palais des Champes-Elysees, Paris, France

Smoke Signals: Artistes Amérindiens d'Oklahoma, Orenda Art International, Paris, France
6th Annual Cherokee Art Market, Catoosa, OK
Five Civilized Tribes Art Show, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Muskogee, OK
Wind on Earth: Native Presence and Art, Haydon Art Center, Lincoln, NE. With Neal Ambrose-Smith, John Hitchcock, and Melanie Yazzie. Curated by Karen Kunc.
Soul Sister: Reimagining Kateri Tekakwitha, Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Santa Fe, NM. Curated by Ryan Rice (Mohawk).
2010-
2011
This is Displacement: Native Artists Consider the Relationship Between Land & Identity, Tulsa Living Arts, Tulsa, OK; various locations in Minnesota. Curated by Carolyn Lee Anderson (Diné) and Emily Johnson (Yup'ik). Link.
2010
One + One = Two, Legends Santa Fe, NM. Collaborating with Melissa Melero
First Laugh, Museum of Contemporary Native Art's Lloyd Kiva New Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Live Paint: New Mexico vs. Oklahoma Smackdown, Standing Buffalo Gallery, Norman, OK
Against the Grain, Legends Santa Fe, NM. With Sarah Sense, Frank Buffalo Hyde, Rhett Butler, and Marla Allison
Seasons of Love, Standing Buffalo Gallery, Norman, OK
2009-2011
Intrigue and Novelty: Contemporary Art by Native American Women, Beacon Street Arts, Chicago, IL; Schingoethe Center, Aurora, IL. Curated by Debra Yepa-Pappan. With Christine Caluya, Amber Gunn Gauthier, Nadya Kwandibens, Linda Lomahaftewa, Erica Lord, Rose B. Simpson, and Debra Yepa-Pappan.
2009
Fueled by Color: Three Cool Chicks Art Show, Third Street Arts, Albuquerque, NM. With Marla Allison and Melissa Melero
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Art Show, United Nations, New York, NY
4 Seasons: 4 Women, Arkansas Valley Art Center, Buena Vista CO. With Heidi Bigknife, Kelly Church, and Linda Lomahaftewa
Unconquered Imagination, Okalee Contemporary Arts, Ah-tah-thi-ki Museum, Clewiston FL. Curated by Will Wilson, with Juane Quick to See Smith and Erica Lord.
From the Woodlands, Fort Lewis College Art Gallery, Durango CO. With Sallyann Paschall
Mementos & Milestones, IAIA Museum, Lloyd Kiva New Gallery, Santa Fe NM. With Tammy Rahr and Kelly Church
2008
Creatures and Spirits, Standing Buffalo Gallery, Norman OK.
Cherokee Nation Intertribal Art Market, Catoosa OK. Annual participant since 2006
Speaking from the Earth, Think Visual Gallery, Point Arena CA | Link
Blazing Saddles, Pop Gallery, Santa Fe NM
My Way, Humble Gallery, Santa Fe NM
Graphic Storytelling as Activism, Euphrat Museum, Cupertino CA
2007-8
Current Realities: A Dialogue with the People, IAO Gallery, Oklahoma City OK; Southern Plains Indian Museum, Anadarko OK; Living Arts, Tulsa OK. An OklaDada project.
2007
Internal Exile, SOMARTS Gallery, San Francisco CA
%$@# Art Let’s Ride, This Is Not a Shop, Dublin, Ireland
The Plants Are Our Allies, Gary Farmer Gallery, Santa Fe NM
Looking Indian, Untitled Art Space, Oklahoma City OK. Catalog
Do Not Park Bicycles: Aboriginal Cycling Culture, Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. Catalog.
Art from Indian Territory, Traveling Exhibit, OK. Catalog
American Icons through Indigenous Eyes, District of Columbia Arts Center, Washington DC. Catalog.
2005-7
Impacted Nations, traveling exhibit, NY, CO, MN, NM
2006
Columbuscide, IAIA Museum, Santa Fe NM
Relations: Indigenous Dialogue, IAIA Museum, Santa Fe NM
Native Pop, Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe NM
2005-6
Ghosts of Little Boy: Artists for Peace, National Japanese American Historical Society Peace Gallery, San Francisco CA
 
Earth and Sky, City Arts, Oklahoma City OK. With Benjamin Harjo and Charley Pratt
2005
Native American Contemporary Art, Jewish Community Center Gallery, San Barbara CA
Shaking the Tree, IAIA Museum, Santa Fe NM. With Heidi Bigknife.
Native American Voices, Friends Gallery, Pasadena CA
Instinctual Distractions, Ar+space, San Francisco CA
2004
Haunted, Crucible Steel Gallery, San Francisco CA | link
2003

4 Views: IAIA Triennial, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe NM. With Shonto Begay, Alex Jacobs, and Joe Dale Nevaquaya. Catalog

Green Before Spring, Whitney Young Cultural Center, San Francisco CA

2000 

Five Civilized Tribes Art Show, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Muskogee OK. Annual participant since 1995

1999

Watercolor Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy of Drama and Art, Glasgow UK

Eilbotekultur, Lucky Seven, Zürich Switzerland

Three Sisters, Jacobson House, Norman OK. With Kelly Church and Allison Francisco

Locals, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco CA

Exhibitions Curated

2013 Inner Demons, Ahalenia Studios, Santa Fe, NM, annual show since 2009 | link
Salon de la Raza, Ahalenia Studios, Santa Fe, NM
2012

Low-Rez: Native American Lowbrow Art, Santa Fe, NM. Co-curated with Dan McCoy, Jr. and Jocelyne Brown | link

Zombie Skins: Salon de la Vie Morte, Ahalenia Studios, Santa Fe, NM and Bigfoot Creative, Norman, OK. Co-curated with Tom Farris, Ryan Singer, and Chris Pappan | link

H2OK: Native Responses to Water Issues in Oklahoma, Mainsite Contemporary Art, Norman, OK and Bacone College, Muscogee, OK. Co-curated with Heather Ahtone and Tony Tiger | link

2011 Blood of the Sun: Artists Respond to the Poetry of Suzan Shown Harjo, Ahalenia Studios, Santa Fe, NM | link
Kanutche Dogs: Contemporary Cherokee Art, FireGod Gallery, Albuquerque, NM | link
P0rncake 2011, Ahalenia Studios, Santa Fe, NM. Co-curated with Sam Haozous (Chiricahua Apache | link
2010

Freedom of Information: The FBI, Surveillance, and Indian Country, Ahalenia Studios, Santa Fe, NM | link

William T. Milam, Sr.: Cherokee Photographer, Standing Buffalo Gallery, Norman, OK
2009 Sweat: Native American Provocative, Max's, Santa Fe, NM | link
2008

Anti Anti Anti Anti, Hall of Flowers, San Francisco CA | link

2007 Regeneration, Hall of Flowers, San Francisco CA | link

Velocity: The Art of San Francisco Bike Messengers, Balazo 18 Gallery, San Francisco CA | link

2006

Frybread and Roses: Art of Native Labor, Cherokee Heritage Center, Park Hill OK; Daily Brews Café and Gallery, Wayland MI; Counterpulse Gallery, San Francisco CA | link

Insubordination, Hall of Flowers, San Francisco CA | link
2003
Facing East: Cherokee Art in the New Indian Territory, Red Earth Indian Center, Oklahoma City OK | link

2002

Deliverance, Lo-Fi Gallery, San Francisco CA | link

Friends of Thunder: A Celebration of Cherokee Culture, Jacobson House, Norman OK. Catalog

2000

Right of Way, Space 4040, Philadelphia PA

1999 Da: Half of a Surrealist Movement, Epicenter Zone, San Francisco CA
1996 CMWC Art Show, Acme Gallery, San Francisco CA
1993 Laughing at the Face of Death, Komotion Gallery, San Francisco CA

Awards and Fellowships

2012 Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Cecil Dick Master of Heritage Memorial Award
Trail of Tears Art Show, Third Place, Painting
2011 Cherokee Art Market, Best of Division, Painting
Cherokee Nation National Holiday Art Show, judge
SWAIA Indian Market, First Place, Realistic Water-based Painting
Red Cloud Art Show, First Place, Graphics Division
Five Civilized Tribes Art Show, Third place in Painting, Third place in Graphics
Trail of Tears Art Show, Honorable Mention, Painting Division
McPhee Elementary School. Weeklong residency featuring group paintings with K-5th grade students and art talks, sponsored by the Haydon Art Center, Lincoln, NE.
2010 Northern Plains Indian Art Market, judge
Cherokee Homecoming, Honorable Mention
Red Cloud Art Show, Oscar Howe Memorial Award
Trail of Tears Art Show, Second Place, Painting
Heard Museum Indian Market, Second Place, Mixed Media
2009 SWAIA Indian Market, First Place, Abstract Water-based Painting
National Museum of the American Indian, Visiting Artist Fellowship
Red Cloud Indian Art Show, Second Place, Painting Division I
Trail of Tears Art Show, Honorable Mention, Painting Division
2008 Cherokee Art Market, Best of Division, Painting
San Francisco Arts Commission, Cultural Equity Individual Artist Grant
Trail of Tears Art Show, Honorable Mention, Painting Division
2007 Cherokee Homecoming, Judge's Choice Award
SWAIA Indian Market, IAIA Distinguished Alumni Award - For Excellence in Contemporary Native American Arts
SWAIA Indian Market, First Place, Realistic Acrylic Painting Category
2006 SF Weekly, voted best San Francisco painter of 2006, tied with Mitsy Avila Ovalles
Lawrence Indian Arts Show, Honorable Mention, Painting Division
SWAIA Indian Market, Honorable Mention, Abstract Watercolor Painting
Trail of Tears Art Show, Honorable Mention, Painting Division
Heard Museum Indian Art Market, Honorable Mention, Painting Division
2005 Cherokee Homecoming, Honorable Mention
SWAIA Indian Market, First Place, Realistic Miniature Painting
San Francisco Art Institute, Graduate Fellowship, 2003 - 2005
2004 SWAIA Indian Market, Third Place, Opaque Water-Based Realistic Painting
Cahokia Mounds Contemporary Art Show, Third Place, 2-D Art
Trail of Tears Art Show, First Place, Painting Division
Heard Museum Indian Art Market, Honorable Mention, Painting Division
2003 SWAIA Indian Market, First Place, Opaque Water-Based Abstract Painting
SWAIA Indian Market, Second Place, Realistic Miniature Painting
Eiteljorg Indian Art Market, Honorable Mention Painting Division
2001 Cherokee Homecoming, First Place, Visual Arts Division
2000 Cherokee Homecoming, Honorable Mention, Painting Division
1999 Five Civilized Tribes Show, Honorable Mention, Graphics Division
Five Civilized Tribes Show, First Place in Painting Division
1997-8 City College of San Francisco Native American Students Organization, Vice-President and Princess

Gallery Affiliation

Cherokee Arts Center, 212 South Water, Tahlequah, OK 74464. 918-453-5728 or 918-453-5536. Contact Donna Tinnin (Cherokee Nation), supervisor
Rainmaker Art Gallery, 123 Coldharbour Road, Bristol, England, UK. Contact Joanne Prince, owner | Link

Tribes 131, 131—24th Ave, Norman OK. (405) 329.4442. Contact Leslie Zinbi, owner | Link

Academic Teaching Experience

2012-3 ISanta Fe Community College, Santa Fe, NM. Adjunct instructor in the Gallery Practices Program.
2008-10 Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM. Adjunct instructor of Native American Art History I (Prehistory to Late 19th Century) and Native American Art History II (Late 19th Century to 1960)
2003

Cherokee Humanities Course, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Presented eight one-hour slide lectures on contemporary Cherokee visual art with handouts

Presentations

2014 "American Indian Art 101: Pedagogies for Indigenous Thinking," panel discussion at the ATALM conference, Palm Springs, CA, with Nancy Marie Mithlo, John Paul Rangel, Lara Evans, and Suzanne Fricke Newman
"Early Cherokee Art History," presentation at Cherokee Days, at the National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC
"Southeastern Indian Art: Building Community and Raising Awareness," panel discussion at the NSU Symposium of the American Indian, Tahlequah, OK, with Troy Jackson, Bobby C. Martin, Tony A. Tiger, and Roy Boney Jr.
2013 "Innovations in Methodologies for Criticism of Contemporary American Indian Art," panel discussion at the Arizona State University American Indian Student Association conference, with heather ahtone, Nancy Marie Mithlo, Debra Krol, and John Paul Rangel

"Drawing the Line: Respect and Intertribal Appropriation," talk at the Heard Museum North, Scottsdale, AZ

2012

"Moundbuilding Cultures," presentation to Native American Art History I class at the Institute of American Indian Arts.

Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Norman, OK, panel discussion about "Recipocracy/Community" and watercolor demonstration

SWAIA, Santa Fe: Quality in Indigenous Art panel discussion

Highgate Institute of Science and Arts, London, England, UK. Presentation about contemporary Southeastern Woodlands art

Rainmaker Gallery, Bristol, England, UK. Presentations about Exploring the Southeastern Woodlands and ancient Andean art
University of Oklahoma, School of Fine Arts, presentation about personal artwork
"Cherokee Art History 101: Qualla Phase to 1960s": Cherokee Arts Center, Tahlequah, OK
Indigenous Visions, Berlin Gallery, Heard Museum, presentation about personal artwork
2011

Pre-20th Century Native American Artwork, Renesan Institute for Lifelong Learning, Santa Fe, NM. Four two-hour presentations about Southwest, Eastern Woodlands, Great Plains, and Pacific Coastal Art

2010

Historic Cherokee Artwork, Mayflower Church, Oklahoma City OK, sponsored by the Central Oklahoma Cherokee Alliance

Early Native American Photographers, Standing Buffalo Gallery, Norman OK

Kiowa Art, Kiowa Humanities Course, Anadarko, OK. Through the University of Sciences and Arts of Oklahoma.

2009

Presentation of Historical Cherokee and Ancient Southeast Art Work, Tahlequah OK, sponsored by the Cherokee Arts and Humanities Council; Standing Buffalo Gallery, Norman OK; Humanist Hall, Oakland, CA, sponsored by the Cherokee Society of the Greater Bay Area

Visual Language: Lettering and Iconography in Painting, Southwest Seminars, Santa Fe, NM.
National Museum of the American Indian, Washington DC. Presentation of personal artwork. With Kelly Church, Tommy Joseph, and Debbie Head.
Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe NM. "The Cherokee Spokespeople Project: Bikes, Language, and Art" as part of the Intellectual Capital lecture series
Institute of American Indian Arts, Associated Student Government, Santa Fe NM. Roundtable discussion about stereotypes in Native art. With Ryan Singer and Melissa Cody.
Fort Lewis College, Durango CO. Powerpoint presentation about Native American Women Arts: Edmonia Lewis, Angel DeCora, and Ellen Neel. Two one-hour presentations about personal artwork.
2008 American Indian Culture and Education Program, Ways of Our Ancestors Camp, Briones Regional Park, Orinda CA. Three craft classes for elementary school children.
Cherokee Humanities Class, Cherokee Nation Tribal Complex, Tahlequah OK. Through the University of Sciences and Arts of Oklahoma. Discussion about Cherokee values in personal art
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley CA. Two lectures about the evolution of tribal governments in tandem with US federal Indian policy
Stanford University, Palo Alto CA. Cherokee Art History, 18th Century to Present, presented to the Stanford Cherokee Student Organization
2007 DeAnza College, Cupertino CA. Three one-hour slide presentations about Cherokee Art History, 18th Century to Present
De Young Museum, San Francisco CA. Watercolor painting demonstration
Cherokee Society of the Greater Bay Area, Berkeley CA. Slide lecture about Cherokee Art History, 18th Century to Present
2006 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley CA. Interactive presentation about Native American identity
2005 City College of San Francisco, San Francisco CA. Five one-hour lectures
University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson AZ. Four days of monotype and linocut printing demonstrations. One-hour slide presentation about personal art work
Cherokee Humanities Class, Cherokee Nation Tribal Complex, Tahlequah OK. Discussion about Cherokee art and its connection to tribal life
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley CA. Interactive presentation about Native American identity
2004 DeAnza College, Cupertino CA. Three one-hour slide presentations about personal art work
2003
Studio Gallery, Hays KS. Slide lecture about contemporary Native American art
2002 Jacobson House, Norman OK. Slide lecture about personal art work
1997 Friends of St. Francis School, San Francisco CA. Presentation about Cherokee culture and dance
Park Presidio Preschool, San Francisco CA. Presentation about Cherokee culture and dance
1996 Moscone School, San Francisco CA. Presentation about Native American history
1995 Institute of American Indian Art Museum, Santa Fe NM. Native Voices Reading Series
1994 Westminster Middle School, Oklahoma City OK. Lecture about current issues in Native America

Judging and Jurying Experience

2014 Cherokee Art Market, judge
Heard Museum Guild Fair and Market, judge for diverse arts
2013 SWAIA Indian Market, judge for realistic, 2-D art
2012 SWAIA Indian Market, juror for perspective artists, 2-D art
2011 Cherokee Nation National Holiday Art Show, judge, all media
Santa Fe Art Institute, juror for perspective residents
2010

Northern Plains Indian Art Market, judge, all media

2009 SWAIA Winter Market, juror for perspective artists, all media

Public Collections

Cherokee Nation Entertainment, Catoosa, OK
Cherokee Nation Historical Society, Park Hill, OK
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Norman, OK
Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ
National Collection of Contemporary Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM
National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC
Red Cloud Museum, Pine Ridge, SD
Southern Plains Indian Museum, Anadarko, OK
St. Paul’s Cathedral, Oklahoma City, OK
Sequoyah National Research Center, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR
Tweed Museum of Art - University of Minnesota Duluth

Selected Bibliography

Books

Bear, Mariah, executive ed. American Indian: Celebrating the Voices, Traditions & Wisdom of Native Americans. San Francisco: Gold St. Press, 2008: 266-7.
Mithlo, Nancy Marie. "A Realist View of Image Politics: Reclamation of the 'Every Indian.'" In [Re]inventing the Wheel Blomberg, Nancy J., Editor. Denver: Denver Art Museum, 2008: 122-3.
Fogelson, Raymond D., volume editor. Handbook of the North American Indians, V. 14. Southeast. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 2004: 752, 765.
Lippard, Lucy. "Out of the Box." Face to Face: Portraits by America Meredith. Santa Fe NM: Wheelwright Museum, 2006: 5-8.
Power, Susan C. Art of the Cherokee: Prehistory to Present. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2007: 201.
Smith, Chad, Rennard Strickland, and Bennie Smith. Building One Fire: Art and World View in Cherokee Life. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2010: 70.
Western, Jenny and Dylan Miner. Do Not Park Bicycles! Brandon: Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, 2007

Periodicals

DeFrange, Ann. "Cherokee Spokes Woman: Oklahoma native gives voice to many in San Francisco." Daily Oklahoman, 20.September.2005
Diaz, RoseMary. "Send in the Clowns." Santa Fean, August 2003
Fauntleroy, Gussie. “Groundbreakers: America Meredith, Painting in Cherokee.” Native Peoples, Jan/Feb.2008: 36-7
Garrigues, Lisa. “Cherokee artist America Meredith puts words on wheels.” Indian Country Today. 25.July.2007: 1.
Goebel, Leanne. “Media, heritage mix in show.” Durango Herald, 10 Feb 2009
Harjo, Suzan Shown. “a generation of innovation.” Santa Fean Indian Market Magazine. August.2007: 117, 210.
Martin, Charles. “Animatribe.” Oklahoma Gazette, 21.February.2007: 46
Randall, Teri Thomson. "America Meredith: shattering stereotypes with cartoons." New Mexican, 22-23.August.2003
Ridge, Betty. “Art 'Before Contact'.” Tahlequah Daily Press, 4.August.2009
Sanchez, Casey. "Low Overhead, High Experimentation: Ahalenia Studios." New Mexican: Pasatiempo. 31 Dec 2010.
Sanchez, Casey. "Native Intelligence." New Mexican: Pasatiempo. April 30-May 6, 2010: cover, 36-37.
Sardy, Marin. “America Meredith on Painting and Cherokee Pride.” Santa Fean Magazine, August-September.2009: 67-8.
Stevens, Amanda. “Art Draws Inspiration from Ancestors.” Rio Rancho Journal, 8.September.2006: 3.
Swanhuyser, Hiya. "Look Carefully: Art that goes bump in the night." SF Weekly, 27.August.2005
Swindell, Carol. "America Meredith artwork to be showcased in museum." Anadarko Daily News, 16.November.2001
Walker, Amy . "Artist America Meredith Gives Spoke Cards a Cherokee Spin." Momentum, #28 (2007): 19.
Wasserman, Shoshona. “Earth and Sky.” Art Focus Oklahoma, November/December 2005: 1, 8.
Weideman, Paul. “Of different minds and mixed legacies: America Meredith, Visible and Indivisible.” New Mexican: Pasatiempo: 17.November.2006: 41, 43.
Woodard, Joseph. "Rare, Native American Visions." Santa Barbara News Press, October.2005
"America Meredith: Paintings." SPIM News, November.2002: 5.
"Loyal Art Show." Watonga Republican, 7.July.2004: 4.

Education

2003-5 MFA, painting. San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco CA
2000-2
BFA with distinction, painting. University of Oklahoma, College of Fine Arts, Norman OK
1996-2000
AA, applied art. City College of San Francisco, San Francisco CA
1996 University of Science and Arts in Oklahoma, Chickasha OK
1995 Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe NM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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