04/26/2019 - 04/28/2019
The Peoples of the far North have long honored their physical and spiritual relationships with the land animals, sea mammals and migratory birds of their Arctic environment. In a rapidly changing cultural and environmental landscape, Mark Tetpon, Inupiat, Terresa White, Yup’ik, and Don Johnson, Aleut, intimately apprehend and express unique relationships with the natural world.
Through weaving with whale baleen, carving walrus ivory into spiritually significant reflections, or creating masks and sculptures that emerge from shadowy ancestral memories, these artists allow us a glimpse into a mythical and transformative world.
Come, learn, listen and explore the art of the Arctic and gain new insight direct from these innovative and highly collected artists.
Friday evening opening, demonstrations and conversation Saturday, final exhibit and sales through Sunday.
April 26 – 28Location
Raven Makes Gallery
Contact LaRita Chapman