Shaun Ellison Exhibit to Open 1/9 at Anna Zorina GalleryBroadway WorldThe wellspring of this approach the artist attributes to his youthful immersion in "African stone carvings and the rawness of tribal art that speaks the language of spirit and ritual." But it took exposure to New York street art, to Dubuffet and Bacon ...
Native Art In the News
Standing tall: Robert Davidson at the centre of a rebirth in Northwest Coast artThe Globe and MailBrotherton eventually completed a PhD at the University of Washington in Seattle, with an emphasis on Northwest Coast native art.
Merchandise Mart Cancels Chicago Antiques ShowAFAnewsThe fair, which is held each spring, drew over 100 exhibitors offering everything from antiquities, americana and tribal art to modern masterpieces.
Live, onstage . . . the film-to-musical crazeWaterloo RecordThat undeclared mini-festival is just the tip of an iceberg that may be sabotaging ingenuity in one of America's proudest native art forms. And while the run on Hollywood titles may suggest a gold rush, the formula for success is inscrutable.
The Getty and Google Unleash Free Art — And Your Creative PotentialWiredColor and lighting vary somewhat from screen to screen. Art often has to compete with other stimuli. The curation and sequencing of works online is much more flexible.
Traditional Food Makes a Comeback in NWIndian Country Today Media NetworkI was in the Salmon n' Bannock Bistro in Vancouver, British Columbia with a Haida canoe suspended from the ceiling and Native art adorning the deep red walls.
Renowned Kotzebue dollmaker to serve artist residency in UnalakleetAlaska DispatchHer initial inspiration came after she saw dolls made by famed Native artist Ethel Washington, known as “the mother of Eskimo dollmaking.” Ward spent a lot of time with her grandmother and aunt who would take her to Iñupiaq dance lessons at the local ...
William Shelton revived Tulalip cultureHeraldNetThe 11-minute video, supplemented with historical photos and footage, features an interview with Dilgard in which he describes how Shelton revived tribal art on the Tulalip reservation by carving his "sklaletut" pole in 1912.