Home on the Range

Native American Art Magazine|April - May 2020

Home on the Range
Steeped in history and culture, Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts continues to examine the narrative between artist and land. More specifically, 20 Native American artists have been asked by the gallery to “create their own rendition of what the buffalo means to their Native tribe.”

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

Steeped in history and culture, Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts continues to examine the narrative between artist and land. More specifically, 20 Native American artists have been asked by the gallery to “create their own rendition of what the buffalo means to their Native tribe.”

Gallery visitors can expect a similar setup from last year’s show Blazing a Trail, that invites the viewer to enjoy the artwork as it’s produced. This means the artists, over the course of the exhibit dates, will be actively painting in a demo-style format. This makes for a rewarding, interactive experience.

This year will celebrate the symbolic relationship the artist has with the buffalo. “Our participating artists understand and recognize what the buffalo meant and continues to mean to their respective tribes,” says gallery manager Tom Farris.

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April - May 2020