Sahnish (Arikara), Santee Sioux
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Digital print on watercolor paper
Art & Design Study Collection
On Display: American Indian Studies display case, 2nd floor
Born in 1967 in Ship Rock, New Mexico, Shannon D. Fox is of Sahnish (Arikara) and Santee Sioux heritage. He received his BFA (1996) and MFA (1999) degrees at the University of North Dakota, where he was the first student to receive a graduate degree in Visual Arts with an emphasis in Mixed Media.
After opening his own company, 3-Foxx Productions (now White Pipe), he established a graphic arts program at Fort Berthold Community College, where he currently teaches classes and serves on the Board of the North Dakota Council on the Arts. He often addresses Native themes in his art.
This piece of art was produced while Fox was a student.
Featured in the book, Storytelling Time: Native North American Art from the Collections At the University Of North Dakota - Arthur Jones - Lucy Ganje - Joseph Bull - University Of North Dakota Art Collections - 2010.
Framed in archival materials