“Fire Dancer," , by Tim Nevaquaya (Comanche)

"Generations" exhibit at downtown Oklahoma City's Red Earth Museum features art by American Indian families

'The Clown' by Tim Tate Nevaquaya, Comanche. (Courtesy of Southern Plains Indian Museum)

Artists Tim Tate Nevaquaya and Calvert Nevaquaya, sons of Doc Tate Nevaquaya, have a show of their paintings opening at the Southern Plains Indian Museum in Andarko, Oklahoma.


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John Nieto Roseanne's Comment"  This painting was also chosen to be used as the poster for the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.  It is entitled, "Presenting Olympic Peace."  I have a copy hanging in my living room.  I love how it makes our culture world culture.  And how many of you know that team sports was a First Nations invention -- open to all regardless of class, wealth, nation, or profession?

John Nieto ~ "Presenting Olympic Peace" ~ This painting was also chosen to be used as the poster for the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.

Beyond the Curio: A Native American Artist Who Never Quite Breaks Free

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Pueblo deer dancer - John Nieto is considered one of America's most well known and dynamic contemporary artists. Born in Denver in 1936, Nieto traces his ancestry, a mix of Native American and Spanish, to the seventeenth century in New Mexico. While growing up in Roswell, John made the decision very early in life to become an artist, claiming he never thought of doing anything else for a living.

Pueblo deer dancer - John Nieto is considered one of America's most well known…

Music is one of John Nieto’s greatest inspirations. Its influence can be seen in several of his works.

Bring the sound of the drums into your home with John Nieto’s “Makes the Ground Shake” limited edition print.

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