- HUNKPAPA SIOUX ARTIST DEL IRON CLOUD GOES BACK TO WOUNDED KNEE IN HIS MOVING THE LAST JOURNEY. Boggs, Johnny D. // Wild West;Feb2001, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p52
Features the painting `The Last Journey,' by Hunkpapa Sioux Indian artist Del Iron Cloud. His paintings about the December 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre in Dakota; Personal background; Career in the United States Air Force.
- BC's First Nations Artists. Stephenson, Marylee // Asian Pacific Post;1/15/2015, p6
The article features British Columbia's First Nations Cree artist Garnet Tobacco and discusses topics including his family, his painting style, and his portrayals of mythic, religious or spiritual beings, as well as what Tobacco learned from artist Isaac Bignell.
- essentials. // Oklahoma Today;May/Jun2004, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p18
The article focuses on Oklahoma state's most influential Indian artists of the past. Acee Blue Eagle, a Creek-Pawnee painter from Anadarko, founded the art department at Bacone College in Muskogee and lectured on Indian art and culture at Oxford University. Bacone art professor Dick West taught...
- Accomplished Student Artist Solo Exhibits at IAIA. // American Indian Report;Jan2005, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p4
Reports on the art exhibit of American Indian painter Peterson Yazzie at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Yazzie's description of his artworks; Range of the selling prices of Yazzie's art; Background on Yazzie's artwork called Beyond Despair.
- JITISH KALLAT ENTRE ORDRE ET CHAOS. BOUSTEAU, FABRICE // Beaux Arts Magazine;sep2013, Issue 351, p98
The article presents information on the work of Indian painter, sculptor, photographer and video maker Jitish Kallat. The original aspect of his way of painting, using many techniques and materials, is analyzed. The mixing of strong simple images with a certain conception of complexity and...
- Joe Geshick. Schneider, Wolf // Southwest Art;Sep2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p42
The article focuses on the works of Joe Geshick, an Ojibwa Indian painter based in Minnesota. Geshick's paintings are interpretation of traditional Indian ceremonies in paintings that portray the spirit and earth worlds with stylized figures, earth-toned colors and geometric symmetry. An example...
- From the Heart: Shirley Avery. Abrams, Amy // Native Peoples Magazine;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p82
The article focuses on the Indian art collection of Shirley Avery. Her love for art goes way back 30 years with her late husband, Robert Avery. They have a sandstone sculpture of a Navajo woman holding a bowl with offerings for Mother Earth in the front garden, that is designed by Doug Hyde....
- Ishkoten Dougi Busting the Mold. GIBSON, DANIEL // Native Peoples Magazine;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p14
The article discusses the career of artist Ishkoten Dougi. Particular focus is given to the iconoclastic nature of his art and personality. Details on his training at the Institute of American Indian Arts and on his work in painting, computer imagery, and photography are presented. Dougi's use...
- Reflecting the Cultures of Indian Artists of America. // Art Business News;Dec2005, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p14
The article reports on the cultures of the Indian Artists of America Show in Arizona. The annual celebration for the Indian Artists of America Show will be located in the pavilion of the Rawhide at Wild Rose Pass. The event will feature a number of artists with styles that ranged from...