Rykelle Kemp (Navajo / Choctaw / Muscogee-Creek / Euchee)

About the Artist

Rykelle’s current works of art is a representation of the knowledge she has attained through her personal studies of her tribes and working under her father (Renowned Native Painter/Printmaker Randy Kemp) as a printmaker from the age of 12. Rykelle’s works have been featured in art galleries (Frontal Lobe (AZ), Monorchid (AZ)), art markets (SWAIA (NM), IFAM (NM), Pueblo Grande (AZ)), museums and native arts magazines across the country.

She works out of her own home studio where she produces her own mono-silk screen prints and mix-medium artworks. In addition to printmaking she found her creative passion for jewelry making and design. She took it upon herself to learn metal-smithing and more directly silversmithing. For the past few years she has worked tirelessly at cultivating and growing her knowledge and her own techniques in silversmithing. She has created a unique style all her own that incorporates her tribal heritage.

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