JANUARY 7th to FEBRUARY 4th, 2002
Juane Quick To See Smith: Offerings From The Heart
Jaune Quick To See Smith, a member of the Flathead nation in Western Montana, an activist, curator and advocate for Contemporary American Indian Artists, will exhibit her work in conjunction with “Offerings of the Heart”, an exhibit Juane curated of up-and coming native artists. Smith is one of the most creative and prolific of the artists whose work in the late 70’s and early 80’s helped to explore pre- Santa Fe School- Native aesthetic traditions in a modern art context. Her work continues to teach viewers to appreciate the ways in which abstract and symbolic motifs in the artwork of native peoples can reverberate and give spiritual depth to contemporary paintings and drawings. Smith currently resides in the hill of New Mexico with her family and remains active in promoting her ideas and thoughts on life through her work.
There are seven of Juane Quick To See Smith works in this exhibit
along with several other Contemporary American Indian Artists: Julia Buffalohead, Lorenzo Clayton, Jim Denomie, Thomas Fields, Karen Goulet, Cheryl Grunlose, Ryan Harjo, Erica Lord, Luther Narcomey, Bernadine Philips, Thomas Poolaw, Wendy Mahsetky-Poolaw, Deborah Ramos, Lisana M. Macias-Redbear, Patricia Baxter Shebola, Neal Ambrose Smith, Al Wadzinski, William Wilson, Laura Heit-Youngbird, Jill Brumfield, Edward Saxton and Monte YellowBird
This exhibit is brought together in conjuntion with the North Dakota Art Gallery Association
Two River Gallery Hours are: Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
Contact: Juanita Espinosa