STAN NATCHEZ: Indian Without Reservation at the HCC Ybor City Campus Gallery
Stan Natchez currently lives in Santa Fe, NM. Stan is well known for his innovative and creative paintings that document the Native American in the 21st century. Inspired by Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, T.C. Cannon, and other pop artists, his artworks exude the power of color and familiar objects. His canvases often begin with artifacts of American culture that either directly or indirectly reflect Indians. He then includes figures such as Native Americans, mission priests or cowboys. Intricate “stars and stripes” beadwork adds texture to bold works that emanate beauty and joy. Dollar bills are layered on the canvas as a modern-day buffalo hide.
The Art Gallery is located in the HCC Performing Arts Building, first floor, Palm Ave and 15th Street, Ybor City.
The HCC Ybor City Art Gallery is located in the Performing Arts Building, first floor, Palm Ave and 15th street. Regular hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10 a.m. – 4.pm. & Tuesday noon to 7 p.m. Parking is available in the HCC visitor lots, the Ybor Garage on 15th St and the Nuccio Parking Garage. For further details or special arrangements for your visit or a group/class visit, please contact Carolyn Kossar, 813.253.7674, email@example.com, www.hccfl.edu/yborgallery.
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