Terrance will be displaying his artwork at the 34th annual American Indian Art Show at the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael, California, on February 17 and 18, 2019. The Marin show is the second largest show of its kind in the world, featuring over 100 dealers and artists offering stunning antique America Indian, Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial, and Contemporary American … Read More
Terrance will be participating in the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market on March 2 and 3, 2019. The Indian Fair and Market takes place at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. Terrance’s booth is located at space K12.… Read More
As part of the C.M. Russell Western Art week in Great Falls, Montana, Terrance will be exhibiting at the 2018 Celebration of Native Plains Artists showcase sponsored by NACDC Financial Services. The Celebration of Native Plains Artists exclusively features Native American artists.
The show takes place on March 15 – 18, 2019, at the Main Arena of the Montana Expo … Read More
Cowboys & Indians current expose on ledger art, “New Accounts on Old Paper: Modern Ledger Artists Explore Tribal Life By Resurrecting a 19th-Centruy Art Form,” features Terrance Guardipee’s ledger art.
View the article here: New Accounts on Old Paper: Modern Ledger Artists Explore Tribal Life By Resurrecting a 19th-Centruy Art Form… Read More
Stories are shared in an array of manners: They can be spoken, portrayed through film, drawn or painted, and can derive from a multitude of places, be it political standpoint, fantastical world, from a personal moment in one’s life, perhaps from a point still yet to be determined. Ledger art, or narrative art, mostly practiced by plains indigenous peoples, including … Read More