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Joni Stinson, Creek-Cherokee, is a beadweaver, jewelry designer and silversmith.

She graduated from Oklahoma State University and did her dietetic internship at Baylor University Medical Center. She is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and a Licensed Medical Nutrition Therapist.

She is married to Dr. Warren Stinson. They have two sons and three grandchildren.

Joni is winding down her professional career to devote more time to her bead work and sharing her craft with others. She teaches beading at Blue Earth Intertribal. Joni has been invited by the United States Department of Interior to participate in their National Park Service's "Artist in Residence" program. She sells her work at Pow Wows, Craft Shows, Galleries, and on-line.

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  • Female
  • Born on June 13
  • Joined January 23, 2007

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seed beads, gem stones, feathers, leather, silver, bugle beads

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About

Joni Stinson, Creek-Cherokee, is a beadweaver, jewelry designer and silversmith.

She graduated from Oklahoma State University and did her dietetic internship at Baylor University Medical Center. She is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and a Licensed Medical Nutrition Therapist.

She is married to Dr. Warren Stinson. They have two sons and three grandchildren.

Joni is winding down her professional career to devote more time to her bead work and sharing her craft with others. She teaches beading at Blue Earth Intertribal. Joni has been invited by the United States Department of Interior to participate in their National Park Service's "Artist in Residence" program. She sells her work at Pow Wows, Craft Shows, Galleries, and on-line.

Joni's designs combine traditional Native American techniques with contemporary elements, colors and materials. Her work is symbolic and exemplifies her passion for her Nation and her art.

Joni is an enrolled/registered member of the Muscogee Creek Nation, a United States Recognized Tribe. Her work is made in accordance with the Native American Arts and Crafts Act. A Certificate of Authenticity is available for purchases upon request.

From time to time, items are offered that are made by members of our small Collective. At present "Make A Wish Bracelets" made by Adriana Bernekike are offered. Adriana is an expert finger weaving artist who makes Native Tribe and Astrological Make A Wish Bracelets for us to sell on Etsy.

Learn more about Joni on her blog:
www.jstinson-trailoftreasures.blogspot.com

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