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Bison Cotton Fabric by Marybeth Timothy for Teton Trade Cloth

Bison Cotton Fabric by Marybeth Timothy for Teton Trade Cloth

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100% cotton poplin. 58" wide, Teton Selvedge edge

design, sold by the yard. Designed by MaryBeth


Cotton Care Instructions: Machine washable c

water. Wash colors separately, do not twist/ wri

Tumble dry on a cool setting or dry in shade to

avoid fading. Use a hot/warm iron on a cotton

setting. Dry cleanable.

Satin Care Instructions: Cold machine wash, do

bleach. Wash colors separately, do not twist/wr

Tumble dry at a low temperature. Use cool iron

MaryBeth Timothy is a Native Oklahoman who is

pursuing her dreams of creating art and working

towards making it accessible to all walks of life,

She is enrolled Cherokee Nation and works as a

full-time artist/illustrator/business owner. MaryBeth

is a self-taught multimedia artist, who features an

array of subjects and themes in her art, although

she leans towards her love of wildlife. Through her

work, she shares her affinity for Oklahoma wild

birds, animals, and wildflowers. MaryBeth chooses

to create what she feels and loves to tell stories

through her work. Her goal is to touch the ones

that view it and cause a reaction, whether it be

emotional or even a stirring curiosity. Both

stimulate conversation about the piece and

provide her the opportunity to tell its story.

MaryBeth has traveled and participated in art

shows and other venues around the country and

in Europe.Her work has adorned a variety of

magazine covers and is featured in publications

such as Indian Country Today, GreenCountry

Living, Art Tour International, and

OklahomaMagazines. For over ten years,

MaryBeth's work has been selected to be in the

Native American Art Calendar (produced by Tribes

Gallery; Norman, Ok). In 2019, Rogers University TV

highlighted MaryBeth in its Cherokee Artist Profile

series. In 2020, she illustrated "The Way of the

Anigiduwagi" by Traci Sorell in the book, The Talk

(CrownBYR, 2020) and the re-release of Cynthia

Leitich Smith's book, Indian Shoes

(Heartdrum/HarperCollins). In 2022, she completed

illustrations for the book, Cherokee EarthDwellers;

(University of WA Press) by Chris Teuton; Hastings shade


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