Meet Morrow's Artists
Always creating..................................

Meet George (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe) and Ramona Morrow, (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe and Yankton Sioux) featured artist in the USGS American Indian Awareness Month, and creator of The Cattail Collection Dolls and The Yankton Collection Dolls and owners of Morrow's Native American Art has moved home, now selling by appointment or stop in when home, Hayward Wisconsin.  Will also be doing special shows throughout the year and will be attending the LCO Veterans Pow Wow on November 11.   Ramona has taught Native American Doll making and a DreamCatcher workshop at New Yorks Smithsonian National Museum of Americna Indian, the Lac Courte Oreilles Community College and did a doll making workshop for  WITC's Cornucopia site.  Ramona's work is available through  The Indian Craft Shop in Washington DC;  A Shared Blanket in  Durango, CO.; and West Southwest in Denver, CO;

Robert C M Radka, (Red Cliff Ojibwe, Yankton Sioux, and Navajo), a fantastic drawer, beader, artist and grandson to the late Ben DeNunez creator of the "WoodyWoodpecker" Little Golden Books.

Christian Clarquist, (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe and Yankton Sioux), 2007-08 Miss Honor the Earth. Creator of the "Sugar Bush Kids", a collection of Native American Dolls.  Also an awesome beader, specializing in earrings and designer of regalia.

Michael Clarquist, (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe and  Yankton Sioux). Ceramics, exceptional beadwork, and drawer. Member of the LCO Gifted and Talented Art. Featured artist in the USGS American Indian Awareness Month 2005.  Michael was in the US Army and stationed in Afghanistan.

Jessica (Radka) Green, Red Cliff  Ojibwe and Yankton Sioux and World Traveler.  Photographer, artist and jewelry maker.

Ramona, Christian and Michael also sell through the Dept. of Interior Indian Craft Shop in Washington, DC.