Private Collection Original | Fine Art

Terrill Goseyun


Terrill Goseyun’s grandfather and great-grandfather were master Apache violin makers. From one generation to the next, talent and the love and respect for beauty of the Apache culture were passed down.

A member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, Terrill has used this inheritance well. He has garnered many prestigious awards for his talents. That slow, meticulous detail-rich style Goseyun uses to render his large portraits and family and friends, produces an exquisite and highly realistic masterpiece in all his art works. His work is sought-after and many of his collectors are from Europe as well as America.

We invite you to come take this journey and appreciate his offerings of inspired works.

Awards & Honors
2006 – Best of Division, First Place, Santa Fe Indian Market; Santa Fe, NM
2002 – Best of Division, Judges Choice Award, Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market; Phoenix, AZ
2002 – Best of Show, Southwest Indian Art Fair Invitational; Tucson, AZ
2001 – Best of Show, Cobre Valley Fine Arts Guild; Globe, AZ
2000 – Best of Show, First in Category, Fountain Hills Native Artists Festival; Fountain Hills, AZ
1998 – Best of Show, Cobre Valley Fine Arts Show; Globe, AZ
1997 – Best of Show, First Place, Graham County Fair; Safford, AZ

Portraits of a Culture

Dignity, Elegance & Beauty

“ In pencil, I try to capture the dignity and beauty of my people and culture…a culture that one has to live and breathe to to be accurately interpreted in a two-dimensional form,” states Terrill.