Travis Stewart is a contemporary Northwest artist of Chinook, Rogue River and Kalapuya descent. He lives in Grand Ronde, Oregon and works in a variety of mediums to depict stories defined by the cultural landscape and design of the Willamette Valley and Columbia River people. He also works as an Interpretive Coordinator for the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and has devoted his life to the preservation of the art and culture of the tribes of Western Oregon.
Travis is a founding member of the Shawash Ili?i Kanim Tilixam, which is a non-profit cultural preservation group and canoe family that works to impart traditional teachings to at-risk tribal youth through song, dance, language and art.