Southern Ute Museum exhibit shows how art moves from ‘The Inside Out’

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Southern Ute Museum exhibit shows how art moves from ‘The Inside Out’

Display spotlights 10 Native American artists
A display of Ignacio artist Russell Box Sr. is the centerpiece to the Southern Ute Museum’s “Inside Out” exhibit. The show features the work of 10 Native American artists.
Norman Lansing is known for his sgraffito pottery, but he also creates two-dimensional art. He has three pieces on display in “Inside Out”.
A photo of a print of Norman Lansing’s “Black Bird.” The pen-and-ink drawing is on display at the “Inside Out” exhibit at the Southern Ute Museum in Ignacio.

Southern Ute Museum exhibit shows how art moves from ‘The Inside Out’

A display of Ignacio artist Russell Box Sr. is the centerpiece to the Southern Ute Museum’s “Inside Out” exhibit. The show features the work of 10 Native American artists.
Norman Lansing is known for his sgraffito pottery, but he also creates two-dimensional art. He has three pieces on display in “Inside Out”.
A photo of a print of Norman Lansing’s “Black Bird.” The pen-and-ink drawing is on display at the “Inside Out” exhibit at the Southern Ute Museum in Ignacio.
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