Tamera Moody is a Tribal Member of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Moody was raised on the northern part of the reservation and, like many of the children of the small family based community, she spent her time and grew to love the outdoors. As a child she began learning the basics from her family: to draw, bead, gather traditional foods, and most important, take care of the land. Today she incorporates her family’s teachings into her artwork. In 2015, she received Honorable Mention for her beaded belt buckle featured at The Museum at Warm Springs. She primarily creates beadwork, jewelry, woven baskets, and traditional and contemporary regalia. Tamera’s work also includes drawings in pencil, ink, mixed media, and acrylic paintings.