Arlo Namingha  (Native American) 

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Arlo Namingha, Horizon #2

 

Arlo Namingha
Horizon #2
Altamira Fine Art
  
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Arlo Namingha, Halo Mana I

 

Arlo Namingha
Halo Mana I, 2003
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1974   Born in Santa Fe, New Mexico, into the Tewa/Hopi tribe (son of internationally-known artist Dan Namingha), and raised in San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico
2001   Commissioned to be part of the Horse Power New Mexico art project of Painted Ponies. His horse, Pueblo Pony, was designated for a local organization, Gerard’s House, which is a grieving center for young children to help them cope with the loss of a loved one.
2002   Montclair Art Museum in Montclair, New Jersey, acquired two pieces for their permanent collection which are currently on display
2003   First Lady of New Mexico selected two of his sculptures to be displayed at the Governor's Mansion, where they remain
2003   New Mexico Community Foundation commissioned Arlo and Dan Namingha to create a sculpture that will be presented annually to a family or individuals who have contributed to the state of New Mexico (the first recipient of the award was New Mexico Lt. Governor Diane Denish and her family, The Daniels. The title of the sculpture is Looking to the Future)
2009   Niman Fine Art, Santa fe, New Mexico (solo)
2009   Georgetown, Washington DC Exhibit
2009   Basalt Gallery, Basalt, Colorado
2009   Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe New Mexico
2008   The Art Foundation of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California
2008   Landfall Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008   Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (solo)
2008   Basalt Gallery, Basalt Colorado (solo)
2007   Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona (solo)
2007   Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (solo)
2007   Museum of Northern Arizona, Elemental Forms: The Art of Dan and Arlo Namingha
2007   Traveling Exhibit: Out West -Great America Landscape Organized by the Meridian International Center in Collaboration with the National Art Museum of China in Beijing.
2007   Figarelli Fine Art, Scottsdale, Arizona (solo)
2006   Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (solo)
2006   Figarelli Fine Art, Scottsdale, Arizona (solo)
2006   Reed Savage Gallery, Coral Gables, FL
2006   U.S. Ambassadorial Residence, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
2006   ReedSavage Gallery, Coral Gables, FL
2006   U.S. Ambassadorial Residence, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
2005   Miniatures Exhibition, Albuquerque Art Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico
2005   Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California
2005   Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2005   Santa Barbara Jewish Federation, Santa Barbara, California (solo)
2005   Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (solo)
2004   Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (solo)
2004   J. Cacciola Gallery, New York, New York (solo)
2004   Duval-Smart Gallery, Aspen, Colorado (solo)
2004   Fuller Art Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts
2004   Naples Museum of Art, Naples, Florida
2002 - 2004   Traveling exhibit: "Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation, Contemporary Native American Art from the Southwest," Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona; Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico; The Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma; American Craft Museum, New York, NY
2003   Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (solo)
2003   J. Cacciola Gallery, New York, New York (solo)
2003   Regional Landscapes and Symbolisms, Vanier Gallery, Tucson, Arizona (solo)
2002   Landscapes and Symbolism, Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (solo)
2002   Impressions of Land and Culture, J. Cacciola Gallery at Henoch, New York (solo)
2002   The Museum at Texas Technical University, Lubbock, Texas
2002   Stories from the Circle, Dine College, Tsaile, Arizona
2002   Inspirations, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2002   International Center, San Antonio, Texas
2001   Traditions and Visions: American Indian Art, Muckenthaler Art Museum, Fullerton, California
2001   Niman Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (solo)