Teri Greeves employs a variety of beadwork techniques in her art. Her larger pictorial work involves beads stitched onto brain-tanned deerhide, which she often mounts onto work or other structures. She strives to simultaneously portray Kiowa realities and oral history with her contemporary experiences. Her beadwork and dedication to furthering Native American art has earned Greeves innumerable awards and honors. Greeves won Best of Show at the 1999 Indian Market and has since won many other awards at the Heard Museum, Indian Market, and Eight Northern Pueblos Arts and Crafts Show.