Public Art

  The personal  connection I have to the Chickasaw tribe has always been important to me although for many years I avoided using the content of my heritage in my work. The shared lessons about our culture, traditions, and stories of our family were precious to me and I was afraid of allowing them to become cliché through my artwork.  As I have become more comfortable with my art, and the content I have found it important to face the challenge of exploring my heritage through sculpture.     

“Delivering the Ballots” (2001) Fabricated Steel, Forge Steel, Bronze, Cable

“Delivering the Ballots” (2001) Fabricated Steel, Forge Steel, Bronze, Cable

“Solitude of the Journey” (2012) Steel, Stainless Steel

 "The Sun Will Shine" (2014) Cast Iron, Fabricated Steel,     Found Objects

"The Sun Will Shine" (2014) Cast Iron, Fabricated Steel,    Found Objects

"Tishomingo" (2011) Steel, Cast Iron, Stainless Steel, Leather, Ceramics, Found Objects

"Tishomingo" (2011) Steel, Cast Iron, Stainless Steel, Leather, Ceramics, Found Objects

"Ta'Lowa" 2019 Steel, Cast Iron, Found Objects

"Ta'Lowa" 2019 Steel, Cast Iron, Found Objects

"To Rise Above / Seminole Rising" (2015) Steel, Cast Iron, Found Objects

"To Rise Above / Seminole Rising" (2015) Steel, Cast Iron, Found Objects

" In the Reeds" 2019 Fabricated Steel

"Set in Stone" 2019 Steel, Marble

"Heart of Gold" 2019 Steel, Cast Iron, Powder Coat, Found Objects

"Crescent Hope" 2020 Steel, Found Object

"Minko" 2021 Steel, Cast Iron, Found Objects

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Jeremy Colbert

     Sculpture

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