Sand To Stone
 
 

SAND TO STONE ART EXHIBITION

featuring Lewis deSoto, Cara Romero and Gerald Clarke

29 Palms Art Gallery
April 27 - May 22, 2016

29 PALMS ART GALLERY
74055 Cottonwood Drive, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
www.29palmsartgallery.com
Admission: FREE | Wednesday-Sunday 12 to 3 pm

Contemporary Native American Art Exhibition


The exhibition focuses on work by contemporary Native American artists from tribes associated with Joshua Tree National Park. Artworks presented address modern indigenous worldviews, while honoring traditions, dispelling stereotypes, and addressing cultural mythologies.

Featured Artists:

Lewis deSoto | Sound Installation
Lewis deSoto, an artist of Cahuilla ancestry, is internationally recognized for his photographs, installations, sculpture and public art that engage cosmological questions, notions of self, cultural mythologies, and native relationships to land. Influenced by anthropology, sociology, history, religion, literature, and music, he is most known for his culturally-specific and site-specific installations that transform spaces through light, audio and video. | more about Lewis

Cara Romero | Photography
Lewis deSoto, an artist of Cahuilla ancestry, is internationally recognized for his photographs, installations, sculpture and public art that engage cosmological questions, notions of self, cultural mythologies, and native relationships to land. Influenced by anthropology, sociology, history, religion, literature, and music, he is most known for his culturally-specific and site-specific installations that transform spaces through light, audio and video. | more about Cara

Gerald Clarke | Video, Sculpture, Installation
Gerald Clarke Jr. is a member of the Cahuilla Band of Indians. Clarke often employs traditional Native techniques in a conceptual format, but he works in a variety of media. A selection of his photographs are currently on view at the Palm Springs Art Museum in an exhibition entitled Changing the Tone: Contemporary Native American Photographers. Clarke lives on his family’s ranch on the reservation, has served on the Tribal Council as Vice-Chairman, and teaches Sculpture, Drawing and New Media at Idyllwild Arts Academy.| more about Gerald