Shadowhawke


4th Generation Clothier/Designer

Fourth generation artist, Shadowhawke inherited her talent from her Northeast Native American heritage. Before relocating to the Big Sky Country in 2006, her 25-year artist background included a multitude of traditional reproductions of native regalia and ceremonial outfits.

Shadowhawke has an extensive history as a clothier for many notables - from celebrities to international dignitaries. Her work has been on display throughout the northwest at numerous prominent galleries since 2000.

In the fall of 2005, Shadowhawke was privileged to join the legacy of the Lewis & Clark journey by presenting her fashions to the Corps of Engineers re-enactors. During this signature Oregon event, her studio hosted three fashion presentations for over 50 re-enactors - several of whom continue to commission projects.

Shadowhawke has and continues to travel throughout the western region of the U.S. participating in fine art shows as well as Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival events. From the Flathead Valley Gallery, Shadowhawke's designs include contemporary, western and Native American clothing and accessories.