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I always enjoy a good artist conversation. The latest conversation between a few of my art friends involved deciphering what differentiates a person who calls themselves an artist from a professional artist? Good question. Is it a question of degrees that separates the so-called artist from the professional artist? Is it dedication? The numbers of […]. Art Vancouver: The seers – Owls. All...
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Is the home of authentic Nuxalk Art. Located in Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada, Petroglyph Gallery houses a collection of Northwest Coast Native Art specializing in the art done by the people of the Nuxalk First Nation. The masks, paddles, plaques, spoons and jewelry created by Nuxalk artists are more than just beautiful, they also contain a ceremonial and cultural significance that has...
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Southwestern Native American Artist, Desert Little Bear, creates modern rock art designs. Many of his designs are based on ancient petroglyph and pictograph designs. Others are contemporary Indian designs. The artist is registered with the Pascua-Yaqui tribe of Arizona. Please join Bear at an...
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The southwest, including Southern Nevada, has a significant amount of Native American Rock Art, aka petroglyphs and pictographs. Our website focuses on the well-known sites as well as the more obscure and lesser-known rock art sites in Southern Nevada. The Southwest, including Southern Nevada,...
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Palacio Rock Art - Preservation of the Past...For the Future. Slowly it travels down the opposite side of the valley and makes a discovery on a lower lip of a ridge. Etched in stone, a mystical mountain image appears, just as it has for centuries. The image in stone is a petroglyph - rock carving...
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Title “A Glimpse of the Past”, wall hanging by Anne Vickrey Evans received First Place for “Theme”. The wall hanging is part of the travelling exhibit called “Fiber Rocks!” Fiber Rocks! is a testimony to the wealth of local New Mexico heritage through contemporary creative expression. This traveling exhibition displays the creative artwork of 20+ Fiber Artists from six states, who have been...
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Rock Art Oregon Blog reflects on time, seeing, and motif of petroglyphs and Pictographs as visibilities on stone in place on a changing planet. Some boulders bear arrays of deeply patinaed cupules. These ancient “conical pits” associated occasionally lines or grooves led to Baumhoff and Heizer’s in 1958 (and 1962) to typing the “pit-and-groove” petroglyph style. They conjectured that this style...
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The Ridgecrest Petroglyph Festival celebrates Native American history and art, one of the largest Native American cultural events in California. Native American Music and Performances Join us to honor Native American Heritage month with a collection of performances and music that inspires and gives reverence to Native American culture and history. Native American Heritage Month was declared by...
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Maturango Museum Indian Wells Valley, Ridgecrest CA. Mojave Desert, natural, cultural history exhibits art galleries educational programs, Coso Petroglyph Tours. Petroglyph Tours to Little Petroglyph Canyon – the largest concentration of petroglyphs in the western hemisphere – are sponsored by the museum and held in the spring and fall of each year. Spring and Fall dates are announced in...
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Creating at Petroglyph is fun and easy. Come in, find a table, and let yourself enjoy time dabbling in an artful endeavor. Our friendly staff is on hand to help bring your vision to life. A unique way to celebrate, our studios can host groups large and small. Our bright, open creative spaces provide a festive place for every kind of gathering, including private parties. The original...
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