The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls, Montana features Terrance’s latest paintings and ledger artwork in the exhibition “Old Thoughts & New Visions” from January 22 through March 17, 2018. The Paris Gibson will host a closing reception for Terrance during Western Art Week on March 14, 2018 from 5 to 7 p.m.
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SWAIA awarded Terrance First Place in the Ledger Art category at the 96th Annual Santa Fe Indian Art Market for his “Running Eagle” ledger map collage concept. SWAIA also recognized Terrance’s “Running Eagle” with the Western Art Collector Magazine award.
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.
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
Terrance Guardipee is a Featured Artist in Pendleton Woolen Company’s 2016 Legendary Series. Each year, Pendleton is proud to work with some of the finest Native American artists to bring you new, inspired designs as part of its Legendary Series. Each artist brings their own traditions and point of view to the designs, which are then woven on the Jacquard … Read More