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Nationality

American, Hopi

Artist Dates

b. 1966

Title of Work

Borderlines

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Date of Work

2001

Medium

Intaglio

Edition #

26/26

Signature

Lower right

Height

8"

Width

8"

Collection/Provenance

Art & Design Study Collection: Borderlines Portfolio Exchange 2002

Status

Stored: 234 CE

Location

UND Art Collections Repository

Artist Bio

Richard Lomahinma Dawavendewa was born and raised in the Hopi village of Moenkopi, Arizona, but came to North Dakota to pursue an MFA at UND.

Dawavendewa’s work is deeply symbolic, conveying elements of his life experience as a Hopi. He credits his grandfather, an esteemed elder in his community, for instilling within him a deep respect for his culture.

Additional Information

A circle with various geometric motifs, including a plant stalk.

Borderlines was a faculty and student print portfolio exchange that took place in 2002. Participating schools included: University of Alaska Anchorage, University of Michigan, University of North Dakota, and University of Montana. Portfolio design and construction by Artemis BonaDea.

Condition

Excellent

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