Cherokee Nation Brings New Art to Sequoyah Schools

Cherokee Nation officials joined Cherokee artists Bill and Demos Glass to unveil a new prayer feather sculpture at Sequoyah Schools. (L to R) Front Row: Cherokee artist Demos Glass. Back Row: Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Tribal Council Speaker Joe Byrd, Cherokee artist Bill Glass, Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Tribal Councilor David Walkingstick.

Cherokee Nation officials joined Cherokee artists Bill and Demos Glass to unveil a new prayer feather sculpture at Sequoyah Schools. (L to R) Front Row: Cherokee artist Demos Glass. Back Row: Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Tribal Council Speaker Joe Byrd, Cherokee artist Bill Glass, Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Tribal Councilor David Walkingstick.

Artists install prayer feather sculpture in front of Sequoyah Chapel

Published March 25, 2016

TAHLEQUAH, OKLAHOMA— Cherokee Nation recently joined Cherokee artists Bill Glass and Demos Glass to unveil a new piece of cultural art at Sequoyah Schools.  The new prayer feather sculpture is on display in front of Sequoyah Chapel.

The new prayer feather sculpture, created by Bill and Demos Glass, on display at Sequoyah Schools.

The new prayer feather sculpture, created by Bill and Demos Glass, on display at Sequoyah Schools.

 

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