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Corrales New Mexico

Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes
24 color digital photographs in grid,  30-3/8" x 24-3/8" each

This work is inspired by the Blue Eyes Brown Eyes experiment

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith is one of today’s most acclaimed American Indian artists. She has been reviewed in all major art periodicals.  Smith has had over 100 solo exhibits in the past 35 years and has done printmaking projects nationwide.  Over that same time, she has organized and/or curated over 30 Native exhibitions, lectured at more than 185 universities, museums and conferences internationally, most recently at 5 universities in China. Smith has completed several collaborative public art works such as the floor design in the Great Hall of the new Denver Airport; an in-situ sculpture piece in Yerba Buena Park, San Francisco and a mile-long sidewalk history trail in West Seattle.

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Neal Ambrose-Smith