I’ll be participating in a group show that opens this Thursday from 5-7pm at the Myriad Gardens.
From the press release: “The Language of Flowers” gallery show explores the relationship between people and flowers and plants, their roles in oral history, in medicine/ethnobotany, literature and/or personal and family stories. Some of the works feature botanical imagery; some are more conceptual or abstract, as envisioned by an incredible group of nationally prominent and widely-collected Native American artists including: Heidi Bigknife, Shawnee; Kelly Church, Odawa-Ojibe; Tom Farris, Otoe-Missouria-Cherokee; Matt Jarvis, Osage; Topaz Jones, Shoshone-Lummi-Kalapuya-Molalla; Daniel McCoy, Muscogee Creek-Potawatomi-Seminole; America Meredith, Cherokee Nation; Erin Shaw, Chickasaw-Choctaw; Tony Tiger, Sac and Fox-Mucogee-Seminole.
Above Image: Uwaga by America Meredith
Full press release can be viewed here: http://www.myriadgardens.org/art-exhibits