“Old Talks with New Icons” presents a collection of Philip A. Robinson Jr. life-sized figurative wood mixed media wall sculptures.
Visitors will experience thought-provoking works of contemporary Native art in the new exhibition open at the Eiteljorg Museum.
The centerpiece for the exhibition at the Chazen Museum of Art is Marie Watt’s vibrant textile “Companion Species (Speech Bubble).”
Art was a side interest to Jason Parrish who graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2007 and then began working in a New Mexico bank.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum showcases “An Interwoven Legacy: The Black Ash Basketry of Kelly Church and Cherish Parrish” through February 26.
Neal Ambrose Smith is a contemporary Native American painter, sculptor, printmaker, and professor at the Institute of American Indian Arts.
The artist was always within. Even when Karma Henry’s professional life took a decade long detour into the medical profession.
The final schedule for 2021 Santa Fe Indian Market has been set by the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.
Cheyenne Warrior drawings from their imprisonment in St. Augustine are on view at the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens in Jacksonville.
As an artist, a history professor and a Native person, Eric Tippeconnic comes at his art history studies from a unique perspective.
The Baltimore Museum of Art has installed a new work by Frieda Toranzo Jaeger created especially for the museum’s John Waters Rotunda.