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Ten Women

R.C. Gorman

1933-2005
colored lithograph
42" x 32" image - framed

     Born in Canyon de Chelly, Arizona and raised on a Navajo Reservation, Gorman's works are well known in the Southwestern United States.  He is known for his works with Navajo women, which can be seen in this piece. Before he died, he was the only living native American artist represented in the new Smithsonian Museum.

    He studied with Jack Salter and Ellery Gibson at Northern Arizona University, as well as at Mexico City College.  He was a member of Taos AA.  His works have been widely exhibited at such venues as the Kaiser Center (CA), the Scottsdale National Indian Exhibition (AZ), the Sante Fe Annual Biennial Exhibit, Philbrook AC (OK), and the Heard Museum Guild Exhibition (AZ).

    His awards include Grand Award, American Indian Exhibit, Oakland (1967), First Award, Scottsdale National Indian Exhibit (1967) and First Award, Heard Museum Guild Exhibit, Oakland (1968).

    His works are held in the collections of the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Philbrook AC, Tulsa, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Gonzaga University, Spokane and the Sante Fe Fine Arts Museum, Sante Fe.  He also completed a commission at St. Luke's Hospital in Phoenix in 1971.

 

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