River Muse Art Gallery & Studio... ...where creativity flows
Gretchen learned traditional methods for board weaving and bead weaving techniques from the Navajo and Pueblo tribes of NM and AZ. See is a fierce advocate for both Native North American treaty rights and women’s rights.
Originally for Minnesota, she and her husband David spend summers at Lake of the Woods near Redwood NY, and some winter months travelling the world or exploring New Mexico.
Gretchen is most comfortable paddling the waters of North American in her kayak. It is where she finds the most peace and tranquility.
A Professor of American English language and published author. She is the recipient of the Chancellor's award for excellence in professional service State of New York, 1989, Certified of Achievement, Literature Volumes American, 1988. Currently an adjunct assistant professor of education at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University, Martin became a Council of Learning Assistance and Developmental Education Associations (CLADEA) Fellow in April, 2021.