• Bradley, Tad

    "I continually seek to more fully understand materials, fabrication, composition, interpretation and myself through the work I make. I have found that working with ones hands offers a level of knowledge that cannot be learned through any text, no matter how eloquently written.”

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  • Glynn, Miles

    Through photography I present my distinct interpretations of scenes and subjects which I find compelling. I am most intrigued by images which offer contrast, conflicts, and contradictions: warm and cool, striking yet soothing, familiar but curious. Perhaps the greatest conflict of all is the natural and man-made worlds and how they have played out over time in the American West. The artwork I create is an attempt at framing these worlds and the haunting allure that has drawn folks out West for years.

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  • Pease, Ben

    I have been practicing as a professional Native Artist for almost 4 years around the country. My work and process are currently evolving, for the more I learn, the less I know. The sole purpose of my creations is to motivate others to keep in mind, and to gain as much knowledge about who they are in their families, community, society, and in this world. Also, to have a little fun.

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  • Red Star, Kevin

    "Indian culture has in the past been ignored to a great extent. It is for me, as well as for many other Indian artists, a rich source of creative expression. An intertwining of my Indian culture with contemporary art expression has given me a greater insight concerning my art. I hope to accomplish something for the American Indian and at the same time achieve personal satisfaction in a creative statement through my art."

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  • Steele, Ben

    With an education built upon classical training, he enjoys utilizing the techniques and processes of the old masters with a contemporary sensibility. What results is a paradoxical reverence for art with playful and sometimes pointed commentary

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  • Woodard, Greg

    After graduating from high school, Greg worked in a cabinet shop with his father. When he had spare time from making cabinets and furniture, he began carving decoys. His first decoy was carved using only a duck stamp as reference. It was not a bird he was very proud of. Because of this early experience and the embarrassment he felt showing it to others, he is now a strong voice for the importance of proper reference and knowing your subject thoroughly.

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