Eric Peterson lives in Klamath Falls and is a member of the Cherokee Nation. Eric creates beautiful and interesting authentic Native American knives out of arrowheads, glass, stone, horns, bone, and leather. His heart is to preserve Native American history and skills by creating replicas of early American tools and weapons. He comes up with amazing obsidian pieces. He uses the technique of “flintknapping”. He chose Two Rivers Art Gallery because he lives near Chiloquin and is interested in having a local showcase for his artwork. He is “very impressed with the artists and all that is offered” at the gallery. We are excited to have Eric with us because of his great artistry and connection to his Cherokee ancestry. Come see this masterful artwork!