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.
Dylan Cavin (b. Chickasha, Oklahoma, 1978) has never been afraid of making bold decisions. Not in his life, nor his art.
Joyce Nevaquaya Harris (Comanche, b. 1964) recognized “Peace of Mind” as a special painting the moment it left her easel.
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.
Important art history was made with the exhibition “Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists.” This exhibit, the first major museum exhibition exploring the achievements of Native women artists
Fritz Scholder auction results from late 2020 demonstrate strong Western art market.
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.