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Johnson, Brett Allen

Brett Allen Johnson Born 1984 in Provo, Utah, lives in Lehi, Utah RAISED AT THE FOOT of Mount Timpanogos in the Wasatch Range—in a small town called American Fork, Utah—Johnson remembers having an interest in art throughout his life, but didn’t immediately see the...

Experience multiple exhibitions of Native American art this year

Experience multiple exhibitions of Native American art this year

By Elisa G. Phelps, vice president and chief curatorial officer Powerful Women II: Contemporary Art from the Eiteljorg Collection Image by Christa Barleben If you have the opportunity to visit the museum in person this summer, you’ll notice a big change. Portions of...

A summer full of Laughter and Resilience

A summer full of Laughter and Resilience

By Kyrra Clevenger, Eiteljorg public programs coordinator  Ricardo Caté, b. 1964 (Santo Domingo Pueblo) Untitled (Santa Fe Coyote) Acrylic on canvas, 18” H x 22” W Image credit: Addison Doty of the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian The Eiteljorg is ready to...

16th Annual Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale

16th Annual Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale

Back as an in-person event featuring Academy Award-winning actor Wes Studi By Bert Beiswanger, director of marketing and communications Wes Studi (Cherokee) Photo by Jen Boyer Whether they enjoy stunning landscape paintings, realist portraits of people, compelling...

Indian Market and Festival goes ALL VIRTUAL in 2021

Indian Market and Festival goes ALL VIRTUAL in 2021

Faye Lone (Tonawanda Seneca) Fancy Shawl, 2019 Fabric Two weeks of online art sales and performances JUNE 14-28 FREE at Eiteljorg.org/IndianMarketandFestival Are you a regular Indian Market and Festival attendee seeking a beautiful pot to add to your collection? Do...

Laughter and Resilience: Humor in Native American Art

Laughter and Resilience: Humor in Native American Art

By Dorene Red Cloud (Oglala Lakota), assistant curator of Native American art Heidi Brandow, b.1981 (Diné/Kanaka Maoli), Cute Monster Series, 2015, mixed media, 10.25 inches x 24” inches Image by Addison Doty, courtesy of the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian...

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