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Born in Inglewood, CA in 1977, Cara was raised on the Chemehuevi Valley Indian reservation along the California shoreline of Havasu Lake in the heart of the Mojave Desert, and later, Houston, TX, and Santa Fe, NM.  Cara’s work reflects her diverse training in film, digital, fine art, journalism, editorial portraiture and commercial photography. She shows at both the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard Indian Art Market. She has won several awards including ribbons at both major markets and…

Born in Inglewood, CA in 1977, Cara was raised on the Chemehuevi Valley Indian reservation along the California shoreline of Havasu Lake in the heart of the Mojave Desert, and later, Houston, TX, and Santa Fe, NM. Cara’s work reflects her diverse training in film, digital, fine art, journalism, editorial portraiture and commercial photography. She shows at both the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard Indian Art Market. She has won several awards including ribbons at both major markets and…

melanie yazzie -Yazzie was born in Ganado, Arizona in 1966. She is Navajo of the Áshįįhí, born for Tó Dichʼíinii. She grew up on the Navajo Nation.  She first studied art at the Westtown School in Pennsylvania. Yazzie earned a BA at Arizona State University in 1990 and an MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1993.

photo of Melanie Yazzie - Navajo artist

nicholas galanin, "things are looking native, native’s looking whiter" (2012)

Nicholas Galanin Is Part of a Generation That Is Redefining "Native"

Redefining "NATIVE" Artist Nicholas Galanin, "Things Are Looking Native, Native’s Looking Whiter"

Stephanie Cunningham

About Stephanie Cunningham

Julie Buffalohead: Julie Buffalohead, born in 1972 is an enrolled member of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1995 and her Master of Fine Arts from Cornell University in 2001. Buffalohead is a recipient of the McKnight Foundation Fellowship for Visual Arts, a Jerome Foundation Travel and Study Grant, and the Fellowship for Visual Artists from the Minnesota State Arts Board.

Meet the Fellows

Legally blind U.S. veteran reinvents self and art technique to become a recognized artist. Inspirational story/interview with Jim Stevens conducted by Inspiration Matters

Inspiring Interview of great personality with special needs

Legally blind U. veteran reinvents self and art technique to become a recognized artist. Inspirational story/interview with Jim Stevens conducted by Inspiration Matters

ABOUT THE ARTISTS: Linda Lomahaftewa

Linda Lomahaftewa (Hopi-Choctaw), painter, printmaker, and mixed media artist

Laura Trout

Laura Trout

ABOUT THE ARTISTS: Keri Ataumbi

From T-shirts to tuxedos, Native fashion designers have impacted the world and their industry with

LUANNE REDEYE: Born and reared on the verdant Seneca Nation, Luanne Redeye slips tribal symbols behind portraits of those she left behind.

— Born and reared on the verdant Seneca Nation, Luanne Redeye slips tribal symbols behind portraits of those she left behind.

Crazy Horse, Cherokee, Horses, Cherokee Language, Horse

Here is my latest video on  how to cast a silver pendant in cuttlebone. If you have ever watched the first Hobit Movie they quickly show ...

Janet Alexander Jewelry Designs and Classes: A Short Video on Casting in Cuttlebone

C. MAXX STEVENS: C.Maxx Stevens is an Installation Artist and a member of Seminole / Mvscogee Nation from the Oklahoma Region. She is an Assistant Professor of Art and teaches in the Foundation Program in the Art and Art History department at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado.

People – Faculty – C Maxx Stevens – Department of Art & Art History

Guess which booth is my favorite!

Guess which booth is my favorite!

KERI ATAUMBI: “My jewelry has a conceptual narrative exploration as its core. I use traditional Kiowa imagery and materials in a contemporary form.”

KERI ATAUMBI: “My jewelry has a conceptual narrative exploration as its core. I use traditional Kiowa imagery and materials in a contemporary form.

PENNY Evans says a lifetime search for her cultural heritage and significance of identity is reflected in the evolution of her acclaimed artistic practice.

PENNY Evans says a lifetime search for her cultural heritage and significance of identity is reflected in the evolution of her acclaimed artistic practice.

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