Native American Art coming to an exhibit space near you!

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The Kentucky Arts Council has partnered with The Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission and the Kentucky Heritage Council to present "Native Reflections: Visual Art by American Indians of Kentucky." Work was selected from artists throughout the state that highlight Native American Heritage and includes the following artists:

  • Darlene Campbell (Adair Co.) - Native Inspired (New River Band of Catawba)
    “White Top Woman” and “Fields of August,” oil on canvas
  • Jacquelyn Carruthers (McCracken Co.) - Native Inspired (Choctaw and Cherokee)
    “Apache Warrior” and “Arapaho Indian Woman,” oil and acrylic
  • Cher Devereaux (Scott Co.) - Native Inspired (Cherokee)
    “Has Eyes That See” and “Wild Pony,” acrylic
  • Lawson Glasergreen (Daviess Co.) - Native Inspired (Cherokee)
    “Cherokee Circle of Life 1 & 2,” colored pencil and paper on canvas; and oil, acrylic and paper on canvas
  • Eugene King (Powell Co.) - Native Inspired (Cherokee)
    “Plains Chief” and “Indian Warrior,” wood
  • Fred Nez-Keams (Anderson Co.) - Enrolled Member (Navajo)
    “Yellowknife Navajo Flute 1 & 2,” wood
  • Jannette Parent (Caldwell Co.) - Native Inspired (Cherokee)
    “Anidohi (Messenger” and “Utsonati (It Rattles,” acrylic
  • Linda Pierce (Christian Co.) - Native Inspired (Chilluckittequaw and Cherokee)
    “Beauty in the Overflow” and “Past & Present Thoughts on ‘The Trail’,” acrylic
  • Tiffany Pyette (Letcher Co.) - Native Inspired (Cherokee)
    “Ama Alisdeligi (Water Protector)” and “Ulisi (Grandmother),” oil pastel; and oil pastel and acrylic
  • Carrie Rogers (Woodford Co.) - Native Inspired (Shawnee)
    “Untitled” and “Ancestral,” acrylic on canvas; and acrylic on gourd
  • Ryland Stalder (Jefferson Co.) - Native Inspired (Lakota)
    “Untitled,” washboard and cloth
  • Brigit Truex (Fayette Co.) - Enrolled Member (Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi [Vermont])
    “Dawnland” and “Circle Sisters,” acrylic

Exhibit will be on display throughout various places in Kentucky through Friday, November 27th. To view the exhibit schedule, visit the Kentucky Arts Council website at To watch a feature clip on Native Reflections on YouTube click here.