Native American

America's Beauty on a Vase

This beautiful depiction of an encampment at sunset conjures up the idealism of the American landscape that artists like Frederic Edwin Church, Albert Bierstadt, and Thomas Moran helped to create in paintings [Fig.1].
Indian, Native American, tepee, sunset, Frederic EdwinChurch, Thomas Moran, Albert Bierstadt, Adirondacks, camps, Edward Timothy Hurley, Rookwood, ceramic, stoneware, glaze

Circles of the World: Traditional Art of the Plains Indians

This exhibition documents the arts of the nomadic Plains Indians from the mid-19th through the early 20th century. Eighteen tribes are represented through artifacts including tepees, beaded buffalo hides, a feathered headdresses, painted clothing, and ceremonial pipes. The majority of the 150 objects on display are from the collection of the Denver Art Museum. Organized by Richard Conn, curator of native arts at the Denver Art Museum.
Native American, traveling exhibitions

Finished in Beauty: Southwest Indian Silver

From the Virginia Doneghy Collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, several hundred masterworks of silver are on view. Works by Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi tribes includes necklaces, rings, bracelets, horse bridles, and concha belts.
Native American, silver, jewelry, accessories, traveling exhibitions

Pioneers of Change

Yesterday I attended the kick-off event for Pioneers of Change, a festival of modern Dutch design, fashion, and architecture that is currently underway on Governor’s Island. Presented to celebrate the 400-year history of Dutch-American friendship, Pioneers of Change features installations by a number of leading Dutch designers in eleven former Officers’ houses at Nolan Park on the Island. It’s the first time the houses have been open to the public in thirteen years.
Festival, Dutch, design, Governors Island, Droog, Maarten Baas, clocks, Christien Meindertsma, knit, wool, Painted, Native American, bead, Parsons, NL Architects, Next Architects, ceramics, Holland, Netherlands