Osiyo to the Official Website of Cherokee National Treasure Eddie Morrison
Eddie Morrison is a contemporary sculptor who works in wood and stone who strives to produce work that represents American Indian people with pride and dignity.
Eddie Morrison is perhaps the best-known living Native American sculptor. His work is displayed in galleries all across the U.S. and in private collections in several foreign countries. Morrison’s pieces embody the best of Cherokee tradition and help keep Cherokee culture alive today.
This lushly illustrated work features his pieces and life story. It tells the story of a humble man with a deep passion for his heritage and for the future of his people. With more than one hundred images of Morrison’s works, They Call Me Eddie Morrison is a beautiful and invaluable resource. Eddie's story is written by Bill Keith with a Foreword by Principal Chief Bill John Baker and includes over 50 photographs and 130 pages in this 2016 publication release. A must for any collector with Eddie Morrison's work included and a great read for anyone interested in the life story of an honored recipient of the Cherokee National Treasure Award.
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Meet Eddie Morrison at DC | Cherokee Days Festival
Come see me March 31, April 1 and 2.
10 AM – 5:30 PM
National Museum of the American Indian
The three federally recognized Cherokee tribes—Cherokee Nation, United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians, and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians—showcase the shared history and cultural lifeways of the Cherokee people through storytelling, traditional flute music, weaponry, woodcarving, beadwork, traditional games, basket weaving, pottery demonstrations, and music and dance performances.
Eddie Morrison is perhaps the best-known living Native American sculptor. His work is displayed in galleries all across the U.S. and in private collections in several foreign countries. Morrison's pieces embody the best of Cherokee tradition and help keep Cherokee culture alive today.
Eddie Morrison Studio
PO Box 1947, Tahlequah, OK 74465
Studio Address: 13412 N 538 Road, Tahlequah, OK 74464
Tel: (918) 456-0122
By appointment only.