Terrance Guardipee And Family Art Exhibition

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Terrance Guardipee And Family Art Exhibition

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Exhibit Open Feb 12- April 30th http://www.unitedindians.org/daybreak-star-center/terrance-guardipee-feb2015/ Renowned Artist Terrance Guardipee and his family have had a long-standing relationship with United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. Terrance has exhibited his work nationally and his recognition has passed down to his family and children. Catherine Black Horse makes champion regalia and her champion efforts have been passed down to her daughters, Victoria Black Horse and Bree Blackhorse. Both Victoria and Bree are college educated and have dedicated much time to UIATF. Victoria is a Seafair Indian Days Pow Wow princess and Bree has been a advocate and case manager at UIATF Labateyah youth home. It's a great honor for UIATF to support this wonderful family and create an inclusive atmosphere for all families to see success in this modern day and age. By exhibiting the successes of this wonderful family, we are encouraging others to be successful too. These core beliefs of family, love, and loyalty will proudly be on display for 3 months with a wonderful gallery exhibition opening on February 12th, 2015 from 6-9pm. Please join us, meet Terrance and his family, and celebrate the arts in this year of jubilee. We appreciate your support and your continued support fuels our programs that service your own community. Terrance Guardipee is an internationally acclaimed Blackfeet painter and ledger artist, consistently recognized for the traditional depiction of his Blackfeet heritage and contemporary innovation demonstrated in his work. Terrance was one of the first Native artists to revive the historical ledger art tradition, and was the first ledger artist to transform the style from the single page custom into his signature map collage concept. The map collage concept is based in the ledger art style, but incorporates various antique documents such as maps, war rations, checks, in addition to single page ledgers. Terrance utilizes antique documents in all of his artwork, dating from the mid-19th century, and typically originating from the historical and present Blackfeet homeland of Montana.

By: Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center

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