Artists › Marie Watt
Born in 1967 to a Wyoming rancher and Seneca mother, Marie Watt is an artist who has described herself as half cowboy, half Indian. Deeply studied in art, Watt says she "consciously draw[s] from indigenous design principles, oral traditions and personal experience to shape the inner logic of the work I make." Much of her work, including that created at Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, captures the texture and stories inherent in everyday objects.

Watt was awarded an Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art in 2005.