Del Curfman boldly carries on a brilliant Apsáalooke (Crow) painting tradition. It’s a tradition he was long unaware of.
Earl Eder (Yanktonai Sioux) was born in Poplar, MT in 1944. He studied at IAIA fron 1962-1965 and was in a band with T.C. Cannon.
Why did Lakota beadwork begin to incorporate the American flag and other patriotic iconography into their traditional designs?
T.C. Cannon is one of my favorite painters. The work explains why for itself. Besides his artistic genius, he seems like such a cool guy.
Opened in April of 2018, The James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art adds to a surprisingly rich and diverse St. Petersburg art scene
The Autry Museum selected Ed Mell’s Cascading Canyon Storm as the 2021 Purchase Award winner in its “Masters of American West” exhibition.
From treasures of antiquity through the most cutting edge contemporary art, the Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg, Florida offers the best of all worlds.
Helen Hardin takes center stage at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento with an exhibition featuring 57 of her paintings, prints and etchings debuting February 21.
Molas from Panamá serve as a cultural marker, demonstrating the role women artists play in the construction of social identity.
Acclaimed Indigenous artist Bob Haozous has installed his newest sculpture – one that speaks to the various forms of racism.