Arts and crafts

Sources

Record Number Citation
LAGR002

Lagrone, Juanita. "Teaching what she sews: quilter passes on knowledge of craft." Red Springs Citizen [Red Springs, NC] August 14, 2016.

LAGR001

Lagrone, Juanita. "Chavis: 'You can't teach passion.'" Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] July 31, 2016.

LAGR003

Lagrone, Juanita "Artist passes on traditions, history." Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). July 17, 2016.

SHIL045

Shiles, Bob. "Getting schooled on art." St. Pauls Review. June 26, 2016

MERE001

Meredith, America. “Lloyd Earl Oxendine.” First American Art Magazine Winter (2015/2016): 90-91.

LOCK060

Locklear, James. “Painting captures Lumbee-Klan clash.” The Fayetteville Observer (Fayetteville, NC). October 19, 2015

JOHN006

Johnson, Nancy Winora. "Symbolic representation in Native American Lumbee art." M. A. U of North Carolina at Pembroke, 2004.

JOHN001

Johnson, Nancy Winora. "Symbolic Representation in Native American Lumbee Art." Masters thesis. University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 2004. 

KING002

King, C. Richard, Stilling, Glenn Ellen Starr. “Gene Locklear.” Native Americans in Sports Vol. 1. 2004.

FOX0001

Fox. Geoff. “Painting brings 'SATW!' $8,500.” Robesonian Wednesday, June 28, 2000, p. 1A, 8A.

NATI001

“Native American Resource Center presents new art exhibit.” Carolina Indian Voice 10 December 1998: 5.

KNIC025

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 26 November 1998: 3.

CUSH001

Cushman, Tom. “Brush with success did not come easily to Locklear.” Union Tribune (San Diego, CA) 23 June 1996:C1.

BRAV002

Braveboy-Locklear, Barbara. “Lumbee artist dancing 'the Spiral Dance.'” Robesonian 21 December 1994: C1.

BRAV001

Braveboy-Locklear, Barbara. “Local artist creates work for 'SATW' art auction.” Robesonian 26 June 1994:1A.

FORD001

Ford, Thomas C. “Play ball: the art of the big game has never been more popular.” Art & Antiques 17 (May 1994): 80-83.

ROSE001

Rosengarten, Dale. “Spirits of our ancestors: basket traditions in the Carolinas.” In:The crucible of Carolina: essays in the development of Gullah language and culture. Ed. Michael Montgomery. Athens, GA: Georgia UP, 1994. Pages 133-157.

KERN001

Kern, Bliem. “Lloyd Oxendine: visual artist.” Artist and Influence (New York: Hatch-Billops Collection, Inc.) 7 (1994): 186-195.

LOCK007

Braveboy-Locklear, Barbara. “Real Indian art.” N.C. Arts 8.3 (Fall 1992). Reprinted in Shared Heritage (Heritage Arts, 1993) and in Pembroke Magazine 27 (1995): 10-11.

OSBO001

Osborne, Ozzie. “Artist works passionately with clay, sharing skills with kids.” Miami Herald (Florida) Sunday, 3 November 1991: 1B.

379

Chamberlain, Knight.  “Lela Brooks: An Example of the Power of Folk Art.”  Robesonian 3  May 1991: 6A.

376

Guyton, Nanette.  “Successful Pembroke Native Encourages Students.”  Robesonian 16 Dec. 1990: 1A.

373

Warren, Gene.  “Mike Wilkins To Exhibit Carving Skills During Heritage Celebration.”  Robesonian 14 Sept. 1990: 1A.

372

Hamilton, Lee.  “Pembroke Artist’s Work To Be Sold at SATW Auction.”  Robesonian 25 June 1990: 5A.

MANL001

Manley, Roger. Signs and wonders: outsider art inside North Carolina. Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 1989. Pp. 35, 53, 117.

ZAGA001

Zagadinow, Lidija. “Keeping her heritage alive through art.” Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania) 3 July 1988: N05 (Sunday). 

357

Bayes, Ronald H., ed.  North Carolina’s 400 Years: Signs Along the Way.  An Anthology of Poems by North Carolina Poets to Celebrate America’s 400th Anniversary.  Durham: Acorn P, 1986.

351

Jennings, Jan.  “Ex-Padre Outfielder Hopes to Make Big Hit as Artist.”  [San Diego, CA] Tribune 29 Sept. 1980.

331

Oxendine, Lloyd E.  “23 Contemporary Indian Artists.”  Art in America 60.4 (July-August 1972): 58-60+.

329

Warren, Gene.  “Gene Locklear: Lumbee Indian Artist Who Made It to Big Leagues.”  Robesonian 29 April 1972.

308

Speck, Frank G.  Gourds of the Southeastern Indians: A Prolegomenon on the Lagenaria Gourd Culture of the Southeastern Indians.  Boston: New England Gourd Society, 1941.  Pp. 72-75.