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Artist of the moment…..Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith was born in 1940 on the Salish and Kootenai Indian Reservation in Montana. She is renown for her work with prints and printmaking.

For her collegiate studies the artist attended Framingham State College in Massachusetts. She would go on to earn an masters degree, also in art, at the University of New Mexico.

Her style is a blend of realism and she enjoys creating different surface textures for the viewer.

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Included in many prominent collections including the Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Musuem of ARt, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

In the clip below a great interview with Jaune Quick to See Smith.

Another short story about the biography of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith.

Has one son that is renown for his printmaking and painting skills. His name is Neal Ambrose Smith and below are some examples of style.

The artist works with pastels and lithographs frequently.