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Jim Proctor has work in the exhibition Materiality: Inside/Out at Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley MN. The show includes six artists who explore nature through art, both in the gallery and in the environment. The opening reception will be on Sunday, Sept. 11th from 1-4 PM and runs Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 AM to 4 PM, ending October 1st.


Jim Proctor
detail (airborne pod, 2016
acrylic, sz 13 beads on canvas

Julie Buffalohead, Meryl McMaster, and Dyani White Hawk will work in the exhbit From the Belly of Our Being: art by and about Native creation,curated by heather ahtone at the Oklahoma State University, Museum of Art. Exhibiton dates are September 26 throught January 28, 2017.


Dyani White Hawk
Connection, 2015
42 x 42 inches
acrylic, sz 13 beads on canvas

Jim Denomie has work on display at the Nemeth Art Center in Park Rapids MN. The show continues through September 30, 2016.


Jim Denomie
untitled, 2016
144 x 14 x 14 inches
acrylic on canvas and wood

Congratulations to Julie Buffalohead and Pao Houa Her and the other recipients on being awarded the 2016 McKnight Visual Artist Fellowships.


Pao Houa Her
untitled, 2016
Desire series
40 x 30 inches
archival pigment print

An insightful review by Sheila Regan of the timely and interesting exhbit at Minnesota Museum of American Art including work by Jim Denomie, Pao Houa Her, and Francis Yellow. If you haven't seen the show, make your way, it closes Jan 3.


Pao Houa Her
Hmong Veteran, 2014
50 x 40 inches
archival pigment print

Marianne Combs interviews Meryl McMaster and Andrea Carlson about the exhibit Meryl McMaster: Ancestral on MPR.


Meryl McMaster
Ancestral 14, 2009
40 x 30 inches
digital chromogenic print

Mason Riddle spotlights Artists Singular: A Group Show in TC Daily Planet.


Bruce Anderson
untitled, 1986
40 x 60 inches
color pencil, enamel on museum board

Marianne Combs reviews Louise Erdrich: Asynchronous Reading for MPR.


Pallas Erdrich
Afterlife Flow Chart, 2015
18.5 x 20.5 inches
mixed media on board

Julie Buffalohead’s Theater of Animals, review by Sheila Regan of the Buffalohead exhibit currently on display at the Minnesota Museum of American Art.


Julie Buffalohead
The Misgiving Stick, 2014
25.25 x 37 inches
acrylic, ink, and graphite on mulberry paper

Saved by Art: Star Wallowing Bull of the Transformer Tribe by Alex Jacobs in Indian Country Today about his work and show at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe.


Star Wallowing Bull
Peace Dancer #2, 2014
40 x 30 inches
acrylic on canvas


Review of Julie Buffalohead: Uncommon Stories exhibit in First American Art Magazine.


Julie Buffalohead
Round 3: Counting Coup on Cheerleaders
2014, 19.75 x 21.5 inches
acrylic, ink, and graphite on Lokta paper

Jim Denomie De-Colonizes Tonto and the Lone Ranger, review by Sheila Regan on Jim Denomie: Dialogues exhibition.


Jim Denomie
Untruthful, 2014
48 x 48 inches
oil on canvas

Steven Leyden Cochrane reviews Andrea Carlson's exhibit Eat-All at Plug In ICA.


Andrea Carlson
Ink Babel (detail), 2014
acrylic, ink, and pencil on handmade paper

Julie Buffalohead's Contemporary Allegories by Sheila Regan.


Julie Buffalohead
Christina Fallin on a Stick, 2014
12.25 x15.75 inches
acrylic, ink, and pencil on handmade paper

Towering by Dylan Thomas in the Southwest Journal reviews Andrea Carlson's exhibit Ink Babel.


Andrea Carlson
Ink Babel, 2014, detail

Informative interview with Dyani White Hawk on Native Report.


Dyani White Hawk
Connect, 2013
7 x 6 inches
acrylic and pastel on paper

Frank Big Bear sings homages with his art by Sheila Regan.


Frank Big Bear, 2014
Self Portrait in the Studio with Cats
22.25 x 30 inches
color pencil on paper

Nice story on two strong shows, one organized by the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art (including work by Wendy Red Star and Star Wallowing Bull) and the other by The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (currently showing in Paris).


Star Wallowing Bull
Modern Day Indian, 2004
22.25 x 30 inches
color pencil on paper collection: Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art

Lauren Roche’s Visceral, Evocative, And Singular Paintings, an article by Nathaniel Smith in current Beautiful Decay.


Lauren Roche
untitled, 2013
acrylic, ink, polyurethane on paper

Wendy Red Star's work highlighted in the article 11 Contemporary American Indian Artworks That Blend Tradition And Experimentation by Kathrine Brooks in the Huffington Post.


Wendy Red Star
Winter (Four Seasons series), 2006
35.5 x 40 inches (paper size)
archival pigment print