Seneca, deer clan – cornhusk dolls, beadwork
Antoinette Scott, a traditional corn husk doll maker, resides on the Cattaraugus Territory of the Seneca Nation of Indians. Antoinette has won numerous awards for her finely crafted Iroquois Dolls including: First Place Winner at the 2009 Seneca Fall Festival Art Show, Third Place Winner at the 2009 New York State Fair Indian Village, National Pow wow “Excellence in Craftsmanship” recipient in 2008 and she was also the featured artist at “Experience the Harvest” at the National Museum of the American Indian in 2009. In addition to selling her artwork, Antoinette is also available to present corn husk doll workshops to groups.
“These dolls were my great great grandmas barbie dolls or for boys, action figures. They were the toys played with by the children who lived in the Haudenosaunee villages. My dolls are all clothed in traditional style clothing from that time period.”
To purchase artwork or to inquire about workshops please contact Antoinette at (716) 532-3117 or firstname.lastname@example.org