A Living History - Vision, Story & Spirit
Native American Art Exhibition
September 24 - December 19, 2009
|Exhibition of rarely seen Native American sculpture, multi-media, etchings, pastels, oils, watercolors, and prints from the Hockaday’s permanent collection. “Vision” as the basis for painted lodge designs found in the Blackfeet tipi series by Jessie Wilbur, “Story” as the inspiration for pieces such as Ace Powell’s “Napa and the birds”, and “Spirit” as the personal vision and the spiritual quality of works by artists such as King Kuka and Ernest Marceau.
This exhibit includes works created by Native American artists and by artists who have been inspired by Native Americans.