“ Culture and tradition convey all of who we are through art. I feel blessed to have been given such a gift from above…. Inspiration… That will last so proudly in my life”
Biography: I am a third generation Indian decent. My Grandfather was an Apache Indian. I was born in Texas and raised by my mother who was a creative and inspirational folk artist. My earliest creative artistic talent surfaced at the early age of three. As a self-taught artist, my creative and artistic talent exploded in my first years of school. I developed my distinct style of motion, passion, power, energy and new inspired touch through my Indian and Spanish heritage of contemporary influence. The bold and worn images demonstrates the tapestry of many Indian cultures, but never losing.... its dramatic arrangement of color, texture and design. My vision of motion, is this rhythm, along with the rich vibrant colors that creates the passion to the enigma of the Indian culture. We..... that are fathers and there fathers were in slaved by the Spanish, breaking our blood line, but not our cultures and traditions for this is what conveys all of what we are,a tapestry of many Indian cultures. Credits: Scholarship fund raiser with the Austin Community Collage in Austin Texas The Amado Pena Scholarship fund. Casa De Artistas Gallery/Tony Mona Scottsdale Arizona Dallas The Galleria, Fort Worth, Native American Three Hawks Gallery, Plano, Sue Lane Gallery, Houston, The Susan Brown Gallery in the Galleria, San Antonio, The Monte Wade Gallery La Veita, El Paso, Studio W
Country: United States
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