Native American woman in traditional dress kneels on floor surrounded by artificial and natural props: white flowers scattered on green turf, young deer at left, coyote at right, pink flowers, butterfly; lake and mountains as backdrop

%C2%A9 2012 Wendy Red Star

Spring, from "The Four Seasons" series, 2012

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Wendy Red Star is a rising artist in contemporary Native American art world. Born and raised on the Crow Indian Reservation in south-central Montana, Red Star grew up engrossed in the lifestyle of her people. The focus of most of her work is the intersection between life on the Crow Reservation and in the off-reservation world. She considers herself a Crow (Apsaalooka) Indian cultural archivist speaking about her experiences in today's society.

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Title
Spring, from "The Four Seasons" series
Artist Life
(Apsáalooke (Crow)), born 1981
Role
Photographer
Accession Number
2012.69.3
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Native American woman in traditional dress kneels on floor surrounded by artificial and natural props: white flowers scattered on green turf, young deer at left, coyote at right, pink flowers, butterfly; lake and mountains as backdrop

© 2012 Wendy Red Star

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