Jeanne Rorex Bridges

Jeanne Rorex BridgesJeanne Rorex Bridges, Oklahoma Native Artist, offers reproductions of her award winning Art on Ceramic Tiles. These Art Tiles, Tile Murals, Functional Art & Prints are high quality reproductions of Jeanne’s unique American art style. Over a career of 35 years, she has developed a style reflecting her Cherokee heritage and her rural Eastern Oklahoma roots. Her distinctive use of color and composition makes her famous Native Art blend extremely well with today’s Home Design and Home Décor. Individual ceramic tiles with easel backs are very affordable and make a wonderful gift of Art or your own keepsake. Within this website you will discover more about the Artist and will enjoy her array of images available . . subject, style, color . . in ceramic tiles and more!
Jeanne Rorex Bridges’ Oklahoma Native Decor paintings are collected and appreciated nationwide. You can now add her beautiful Oklahoma Art to your home or share it with a friend, with just a click. Jeanne and her husband, James ( J R ), keep very busy with retail art shows, one-woman exhibits and active wholesale accounts—all nationwide. The reproduction of Jeanne’s original paintings on ceramic tiles and brushed aluminum has greatly expanded the market for her award-winning art. Her paintings have been included in numerous publications and books. Her first children’s book illustration, “Crossing Bok Chitto”, won many national and international awards. They open their studio/gallery and home twice a year—invite all their collectors—serve treats in their kitchen—and give many hugs!
It’s a fun time for everyone who visits this rural home in Eastern Oklahoma ARTWORK TO LIVE WITH. Jeanne’s Art has brought her numerous awards in Native American Art shows, many one-woman exhibits and inclusion of her work in many publications and reference books; especially her painting series portraying the shared history of AfricanJeanne Rorex Bridges Americans and Native Americans . . . . called the Sister Series. She has illustrated a Children’s Book, titled “Crossing Bok Chitto”, which has won national acclaim. Her painting style captures the strength of women and human relationships with simplicity.
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