Seminars scheduled by Tri-State Woodcarvers Club for 2015


For information or to register, contact:

Debbe Edwards

November 2, 3, and 4, 2015, at Seton Residence beginning at 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The cost is $175.00 plus cost of roughout (TBD)


Debbe Edwards is a Native American Indian sculptor from Northeast Oklahoma. She is a member of the Cherokee Nation. Animals have always been a big part of her life, from raising wild animals, to training and raising Quarter Horses. She credits her grandfather, with whom she spent a great amount of time, with teaching her respect, patience, love, and deep insight about all animals. Debbe competed in college rodeos while attending Kansas State University, after college, and then with her two daughters through their high school years.

Debbe began carving in wood in 1990, after receiving a small set of woodcarving tools from her husband for Christmas. She became instantly "hooked", and her life started taking on a new challenge. Attending woodcarving shows, Debbe won many Best of Show and Judges Choice Awards with her sculpture. She began teaching seminar classes in 1994, and has taught classes throughout the United States and Canada. In 1998, Debbe also began sculpting in stone with great enthusiasm, along with producing bronzes from some of her original wood sculptures. She now focuses on attending Fine Art Shows, and Indian Art Shows with her sculptures and has now won many awards and Best of Shows at these shows.

Through her art, much attention is given to detail, character, and mood in each piece of art, thus creating very life-like animal sculptures. Each of her sculptures reflects a part of her life.

Debbe lives on her 60-acre farm and continues her work with her horses as well as her art.

She can be contacted at:
Debbe Edwards
Address: P.O. Box 71
Kansas, OK 74347

Phone: 918-868-8899 (H)
Phone: 918-397-6829 (C)

More information on Ms. Edwards at her web site:
Debbe Edwards
Original Wildlife Sculptures


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