Emmi Whitehorse
American, born 1940 [Navajo]
     

   

 

 

Born in Crownpoint, New Mexico, the artist received BA and MA degrees from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.  Whitehorse has been a long-term resident of Santa Fe.

Moving between delicate and vibrant, reflecting Native sensibilities and spirituality, the artist describes her work as an ongoing exploration of and fascination with nature.

Whitehorse has exhibited extensively over the past four decades in museums and galleries throughout the United States and Europe.  Her work is in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art,
Eiteljorg Museum, Heard Museum, Joslyn Art Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, St. Louis Art Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art and other institutions.

     
 
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