When I went to the Heard Museum opening last Friday, there was a second exhibit on display that I hadn't seen yet. It is called "Remembering the Future" and it featured what are called masterworks that are part of the Museum's collections. There were quite a lot of beautiful pieces in the exhibit. I thought this one was fascinating. It was originally part of an exhibit of works by mothers and daughters. The sculpture on the right is by Roxanne Swentzell and the one on the left is by her daughter Rose Simpson. The painting in the background is "The Grand Canyon" by Tony Abeyta. It makes a great backdrop for the two sculptures.
This piece is called "Symbolism III" by Dan Namingha, a well know Native American artist. I love the abstract look to this one.
The abstract piece above is another that I liked. This one is by Emmi Whitehorse.
To the left is "Totem" by George Morrison, an artist who is expressing the totem pole in a different context.
Behind it is a painting called "Buffalo Dance" by Charles Loloma.
There are a lot of wonderful pieces in this exhibit. Many I had seen before but it was fun to see them presented in a different way.