MaryBeth Timothy is a native Oklahoman and an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation. 

She was born in Pryor and currently resides in northeast Oklahoma with her husband, award winning Muscogee Creek artist, John Timothy II. She is adept in many mediums and draws her inspiration from her love of nature and her heritage.  She is self-taught and likes to create images of a variety of subjects both traditional and contemporary. MaryBeth has won numerous awards and has drawn the attention of wildlife and Indian art collectors alike.

MaryBeth & John have worked tirelessly to create a business that would allow them to create and show their art in several different mediums and that would fit into many venues. 

MaryBeth & John are both TERO artists and members of the Southeastern Indian Artists Association.

John Timothy was born and raised in Muskogee, OK, historically known as "Indian Capitol of the World".

John has worked in the American Indian museum and education field since 1994, beginning at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum. There he worked full time as Staff Artist and Cultural Resources Liason from 1994-2000. Then in October of 2000, he was hired by Bacone College (Indian University) to be Director of the Ataloa Lodge Museum. Mr.Timothy was also chosen as Coordinator for the American Indian Arts and Crafts Club, under Bacone's Center for American Indians. In spring of 2014, John went to work exclusively for the Center for American Indians as Cultural Interpreter and continuing as the Center's arts and crafts club coordinator. Among several of his duties, John creates artwork for the Center's fundraisers, powwows, spiritual awareness, and their newsletter, "The Mocassin Hotline", created by Dr. Patti Jo King.