NOSHA NAMAHOYTA ARTS

Sista Nosha and her arts have appeared in many art shows, festivals, museums, galleries, cultural and vending events. She is very talented and diverse in her artistic creations. Below is a list of only a few photos of her work and events where she and her artworks/designs were highlighted. Feel free to contact her via email for more information about how you can obtain some of her beautiful and creative designs. Please note that when you contact her by email, please include a phone number or mailing address for her to contact you directly. Thank you for your interest. Enjoy!

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Fiber artist Nosha Namahoyta of Dayton showed her Afrikan artwork while at the Celebrate Summer Arts Festival on Saturday in downtown Marion.

A Dayton woman, Nosha Namahoyta, offered festival-goers fiber art with an African heritage, including garments, Yasah pillow dolls and hand-made jewelry. She was glad to be part of the festival.

"It gives me an opportunity to get exposure and meet and greet people, make friends," she said.

The Marion Star article by John Jarvis june 27, 2004

The Marion Star article

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2004 CITYFOLK Festival Vendors DVAC ARTtoBUY Marketplace. This year marks the start of a collaboration with the Dayton Visual Arts Center to coordinate the craft marketplace. ... Nosha Namahoyta: Expertise by Nosha, Appliquéd and quilted Fiber art

2004 CITYFOLK Festival Vendors

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Fiber artist Nosha Namahoyta, left, shows some of her jewelry to Emmetri Beane and Linda Geoghegan during Saturday Art in the Park.

Saturday in the Park article

© 2004 The News Leader Photographer: Mark Miller mmiller@newsleader.com

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Patchwork Vest Nosha Namahoyta fiber 22" x 22" U.S. $ 79 Another Nosha Patchwork fiber site

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Nosha Namahoyta, African Patch Work Garments 2004 Vendors Handspun/Handwoven, The Annual show of Fiber Arts of the Weaver's Guild of Miami Valley Annual Show of Fiber Arts site

The Bryan Center is located at the corner of St. Rt. 68 and Dayton Street at the north end of Yellow Springs. From areas north of Yellow Springs, take the Route 68 south exit off Interstate 70 and go towards Yellow Springs. The Bryan Center is the two story, yellow brick building about 3 miles south of Young's Jersey Dairy on the right. From the areas south of Yellow Springs, take the Dayton-Yellow Springs Road exit off Interstate 675 towards Yellow Springs. The Bryan Center will be on the left about 9 miles from the exit. The parking lot is just past the Bike Trail.

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Jewelry designer Nosha Namahoyta of Dayton, Ohio, said that even though festivals are at the mercy of Mother Nature, she doesn't let the weather frustrate her. This is the first time she has been a vendor at the festival and she hopes to return next year, she said.

"It was a good show up until the weather turned," she said. "I can't get mad, because this is my business."

Rainy day silences bands, hurts reggae fest's turnout article By SCHERI SMITH email for Scheri Smith

The Courier-Journal Rainy Day article site

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The above tapestry is available through Sista Nosha, titled Three Sisters -

Price $175.00

All contacts for Sista Nosha can be made by contacting her by email at email Also, you may phone her at 937-276-4941 Dayton, Ohio, to order. Thanx for your patience with us as photos of her works in greater detail are forthcoming.

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