Contemporary Museum Quality Native American Style Masks,
Southwestern Style Masks & Mixed Media Art For The Discriminating Collector
Becky Olvera Schultz creates contemporary art in the Native American and Southwestern theme, specializing in Native American style masks and Southwestern style masks. Her Native American themed masks are not wearable or ceremonial but are her personal representation of indigenous peoples made of clay, painted and adorned. They may be described as portrait masks as they are very life-like; they are her original sculptures, not made from castings taken off a the face of a person.
Her award winning masks have been featured in hundreds of exhibitions, including seven solo museum exhibits. Her masks have been represented in galleries in California, New Mexico, Nevada, Washington, Illinois, Montana, Michigan, Arizona, New York, Colorado and Oregon. Her art has been featured in several publications including Cowboys & Indians, Native Peoples and Wild West Magazine. Her body of art work includes Southwest themed clay and gourd masks, two dimensional mixed media works, serigraphs, rawhide shields, dolls, wall plaques, digital & photographic works. She is significantly known for her Native American style masks which have been the primary focus of her museum exhibits.
This site is part of Becky's Native Expressions Network, which includes her two sister websites. Powwow Power is an informational and resource site providing powwow history, powwow etiquette, free powwow calendar listings and a blog featuring Native issues, news and art. Native Art Gift Shop, with a secure shopping cart, offers some of her art items, native related products, Native Pride caps and native made items from various artisans such as beautiful beaded key chains and earrings.
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I recently completed this new Native American Mask, Red Wolf. Above are two views and with different lighting. His first public appearance was at the Great Western Show in Montana last month. It’s been a while since I completed a new Native American art mask and I’m quite satisfied with my newest work. Red Wolf […]
I’ve just installed five large framed photo prints at Palace Arts in Capitola. Palace Arts is very supportive of local artists and so they rotate monthly artists they approve for their front display. This is my third time there over the years. The pieces on display are not new images but are some of my […]
Im happy to say that my Native American masks have been featured in the Great Falls, Montana publication, Treasure State Lifestyles Montana Magazine. Recently my art work was juried into the Great Western Living & Design Show in Great Falls, Montana. Every March in the middle of the month is the annual Great Western Art […]
This is one of my more recent completed clay/mixed media Native American inspired portrait masks. It is life size with black horsehair and turkey feathers. It is adorned with two porcupine quill medicine wheels in red, blue and yellow with red white heart glass beads and blue white heart glass beads. The earrings are red […]