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Post date: 2017-03-13T21:50:53-07:00
Blending beauty, horror and humor, artist Camille Rose Garcia uses the visual language of vintage cartoons and classic children's stories to explore female sexuality, and the clash between the manmade, natural and spiritual worlds.
Roughly 90 years later, the legacy of San Luis Obispo's Motel Inn still stands, along with part of the original building.Post date: 2017-02-14T10:44:00-08:00
The brainchild of architect Arthur S. Heineman, the Milestone Mo-tel — later known as the Motel Inn — ushered in a new era of convenience and comfort when it opened in 1925.
Post date: 2016-12-09T15:27:00-08:00
Don Suggs wants viewers to stop thinking about the landscape as their personal property. The artist has spent much of his career exploring his complicated relationship with the picturesque.
Post date: 2016-11-25T14:57:00-08:00
Native American artist Gerald Clarke Jr. celebrates the beauty of the centuries-old Cahuilla basket-making tradition while offering a subtle commentary on the alcoholism issues facing modern-day tribal members.
Post date: 2016-11-25T11:22:00-08:00
In Mercedes Dorame's photographs, cultural artifacts come together with natural elements of the landscape in scenes of rituals. She aims to engage her viewers’ interest, hoping they’ll be inspired to dig deeper into Native histories.
Post date: 2016-11-24T13:49:00-08:00
Navajo photographer Pamela J. Peters re-imagines Hollywood silver screen heartthrobs as Native American, and examines how the film and TV industries have portrayed indigenous people in the past.