Lithograph 30" x 22"
"Modern Times tells a story about the complexity of Indian life today with the medicine plant and pictograph which can be important to a modern Indian even [though] dressed in a suit with a briefcase-he may wear a headdress to dance on the weekend . . . . 'Apples' also means to Indian people that some have turned against the old ways and are white on the inside and red on the outside."
Smith calls herself a cultural art worker. Elaborating on her Native American worldview, Smith's work addresses today's tribal politics, human rights, and environmental issues with a keen sense of humor.
LOOK AT THIS IMAGE CAREFULLY and make note of its content and specific qualities.
WATCH THIS and take notes:
- Read the Scholastic magazine, " Modern Native American Artists: Working with Juxtaposition" and answer the questions you have been given. Once graded, attach them into your sketchbook as part of AS #14.
- After learning about Quick-to-see-Smith's work, list specific techniques/media/approaches that you have noticed in her work and that you might consider incorporating into your own.