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Canadian First Nations (Oji-Cree), 20th century, female.

Born 28 March 1971, in Yorkton (Saskatchewan).

Installation artist, ceramicist, photographer, sculptor, printmaker.

KC Adams studied at Concordia University, in Montreal, Quebec, where she received her BFA in Studio Arts in 1998. Her artistic practice was further developed through artists’ residencies in Canada, at institutions in Banff, Charlottetown and Winnipeg. During her ...

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Native American (Wiyot and Yurok), 20th–21st century, male.

Born 1946, in Newport (Oregon).

Sculptor, painter, ceramicist, mixed-media artist, print-maker.

Rick Bartow of the Wiyot and Yurok Nations of Northern California works in a number of media to create images which often reference indigenous North American transformation myths. His work with the Maori artist John Bevan Ford has also been an influence. In ...

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Native American (Cherokee), 20th–21st century, male.

Born in Oklahoma.

Ceramicist, sculptor.

A member of the Cherokee Nation, Troy Jackson is a noted potter and sculptor in clay who is also a native Oklahoman. He received his Associate of Arts from Bacone College in Muskogee (where he now teaches as an Adjunct Professor of Art) and his Bachelor of Arts from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. He later completed the MFA programme at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. He has worked in a number of media, including painting and drawing, but has become known particularly for his expertly rendered figures in clay modelled in a naturalistic style but showing the artist’s links with his Cherokee ancestors who have a long cultural tradition of working in clay. Creating his vessels both on the wheel and by hand, he manages to drawn attention to Southeastern indigenous people and their experiences as well as combining these with influences found in European art traditions....

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Native American (Seneca and Onondaga Nations), 20th–21st century, male.

Born 8 June 1947, on Cattaraugus Indian Reservation (New York).

Sculptor, ceramicist, installation artist.

Peter B. Jones was born and raised on the Seneca Indian Reservation at Cattaraugus, New York, where his father’s family lives. He is also descended from the Onondaga Nation on his mother’s side. His work in ceramics has become widely collected and is shown in major exhibitions in North America and abroad. In ...

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Native American (Warm Springs, Wasco and Yakima), 20th–21st century, female.

Born 1943, in Oregon.

Ceramicist, glass artist, mask-maker, jewellery artist, printmaker, sculptor. Public art.

‘Giving voice to my ancestors’ is a central concern of the Pacific Northwest and Oregon-based artist Lillian Pitt. Much of the work she creates in a variety of media (ceramics, glass, bronze, and other materials) contains a strong awareness of the deep histories of her peoples and their 12,000-year existence in the Columbia River Basin in Oregon. Born and raised at Warm Springs Indian Reservation near Madras, Oregon, she directly descends from the three tribal peoples based there after a historic treaty removed them from their homelands along the Columbia River....

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Native American (Santa Clara Pueblo), 21st century, female.

Born 1983, in Santa Fe (New Mexico).

Sculptor, printmaker, painter, draughtsman, installation artist. Aerosol painting.

Daughter of renowned sculptor Rosanne Swentzell, and great niece of Pueblo potter Nora Naranjo-Morse, Rose Bean Simpson is one of Native North America’s most incisive artists. She received an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design in ...

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Native American (Santa Clara Pueblo), 20th–21st century, female.

Born 1962, Taos (New Mexico).

Sculptor, ceramicist.

Roxanne Swentzell is a renowned Santa Clara Pueblo ceramicist and sculptor known for her distinctive clay figures, which often make references to the experiences of indigenous women. Her mother, Rina Swentzell, is a distinguished Pueblo artist and scholar, and her daughter, Rose Bean Simpson, is also an artist. Roxanne began modelling clay at a very early age in her uncle’s studio and was drawn to the arts from this moment. She found communication with others difficult due to a speech impediment but was able to convey her feelings and emotions through her artwork....