Upton Ethelbah, Jr. (Greyshoes) - Finding Essence in Stone

Upton Ethelbah, Jr. (Greyshoes) - Finding Essence in Stone


April 19, 2018 05:00 pm
07:00 pm
Friends of Indian Art

Upton S. Ethelbah, Jr. (Santa Clara Pueblo and White Mountain Apache), also known as Greyshoes, sculpts contemporary, stylized, and flowing forms inspired by the aesthetic motifs and movements found in the ceremonial regalia and dances of his heritage. He is also known for his “essentialized” Native American medicine bears and a variety of other sacred animal representations. Greyshoes works exclusively in stone. A selection of unique stone originals are then chosen to be cast in bronze in limited editions.

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