Warm Springs Artists | Beatrice Holliday-Lopez
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Beatrice Holliday-Lopez

Beatrice grew up in Warm Springs, Oregon.  Her mom, Buckie Teeman Holliday, was her inspiration to do this kind of beading.  In 2008, she moved home to Warm Springs, after the loss of her dad. To keep herself busy, she started to make necklace and earring sets and bracelets. Now she does business in Fort Vancouver, Washington, Burns Paiute tribal people, all over Idaho, locally including at the Museum at Warm Springs, and with many other areas in Oregon and Canada.  Beatrice uses both contemporary and traditional styles. She also makes chokers.  “I love doing my beading and try to keep up with the traditional styles, as well as my contemporary style for working professionals.”

Some of Beatrice’s Work

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