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Monday, December 23, 2013

In Fayetteville: Tony Tiger, Anita Fields

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click to enlarge Work by Anita Fields (left) and Tony Tiger at the Walton Arts Center.
  • Work by Anita Fields (left) and Tony Tiger at the Walton Arts Center.



Oklahoma artists Tony Tiger, a member of the Sac and Fox tribe, and Anita Fields, an Osage, are showing work informed by their Native American culture at the Walton Arts Center's Joy Pratt Lambert Gallery. 

"Linking the Past to the Present" features ceramics by Fields, a potter and installation artist, whose designs are abstractions of traditional Osage motifs. Tiger combines historic photographs and tribal designs in works on canvas. Manuela Well-Off-Man, curator at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, curated the exhibition. 

The show runs through Jan. 25. 

 

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