This work ships from Albuquerque, NM, US.
About Emmi WhitehorseView Profile »
Emmi Whitehorse ( b. 1957 Crownpoint, New Mexico) is a Native American painter/printmaker based in Santa Fe. Her work explores our inherent connection to land, earth, and natural beauty. Her work is represented in numerous public collections including the Heard Museum, Phoenix; the Joslyn Museum, Omaha; the St. Louis Museum; and the Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe.
As an artist I have intentionally avoided politically oriented subject matter and angst-ridden or physical wrestling with the act of painting itself. To make art, the act of making art must stay true to a harmonious balance of beauty, nature, humanity and the whole universe. This is in accordance with Navajo philosophy. I have chosen to focus on nature, on landscape.
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