Media and Awards

Diversity Show Colorado Dept of Labor and Employment Interview 2020

Children’s book Illustrator “Where Do The Cows Go?” 2018

How to publication in Woodcarving Illustrated 2018

How to publication in Woodcarving Illustrated 2017

Diversity Show Colorado Dept of Labor and Employment 2015-2019

100 Super Hot Artist by Michael Corbin

An Interview with Michael Corbin ABG

Lakewood Art Exhibit at Lakewood Cultural Center (James J. Richey Gallery)- Life’s Fragile Moments

Article in CURVE Magazine. A Lebanon high-end architectural publication.

Pelican Lake – 3rd place at WARA

FLAIR Magazine

Tamera Seevers’ “Starlit Night” featured on Colorado and Company, KUSA

KWGN Chris Parente’ Most Viewed Photos
November 2010

May 2010

KUSA 9News at noon
May 18th 2009

Life On Capital Hill-Home Grown Art
By J. Patrick O’Leary

Denver Post
May 22, 2009
by John Wenzel

Alaska Airline Magazine
May 2009 issue, page 3 and 12
Written by Courtney Sutcliffe

Dust Collection Dilemma: Ostrich Egg Dust
Written by Jude Herr

Summit Daily New
May 24, 2007

Fort Mason Center – San Francisco
Cover of San Francisco Arts Monthly

July/August issue – Tamera Seevers creates intricate works of art from ostrich shells, including, left, “Snow Crystals”. Her work will be featured at the American Craft Show August 15-17 at Fort Mason.

5280 Denvers Magazine

Best Bets, May 2008
Edited by Kazia Jankowski
Ostrich eggs (think hummingbirds etched into “Its 135 Colorado artists offer a considerable collection of nationally recognized works. Check out Tamera Seevers’ carved delicate white shells)” Rarely do you have such an opportunity to see the state’s top artists display all in one place. Downtown Denver Arts Festival: May 23-26, Denver Pavilions.

Best Of Show Downtown Denver Arts Festival

KUSA 9News at 4 o’clock with Kirk Montgomery
Tamera Seevers – Ostrich Egg Carver
Ms. Seevers carves intricate scenes, such as hummingbirds sipping nectar, snow crystals forming intricate patterns, a majestic elk standing in an aspen grove, into the thick shells of ostrich eggs.

Chris Parente’ and the KWGN News2 this morning
Columbine Memorial planners launch final funding push
By Matt Gunn

Artist’s Donation Supports Columbine Community
Littleton, CO – April 10, 2007

Director of Public Relations Jefferson County Public Library
By Jackie Powers

Artist’s donation supports Columbine community
Tamera Seevers, Rocky Mountain News, Your Hub – Seevers ostrich shell Sculptures. Contributed by: Breanna Peters on 4/11/2007

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