(Born 1953) Cited in St James Guide to Native North American Artists in 1998, Jack Malotte currently resides in Nevada. He has had numerous one-man exhibitions including the Museum of the Northern Plains, Montana; Belson-Brown and River Run Galleries, Idaho; Carl Gorman Museum, California; Institute of American Indian Arts, New Mexico and La Paza Graphics, California.
Malotte utilizes watercolor and airbrush acrylics, graphics, pencil, pen and ink, wash, pastel, colored pencil and mechanical pencil. He states that his drawings reflect his feelings about the "Indian connection with the earth and sky spiritually, physically and politically".
His education was at the College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, California from 1971-1974. In 1982 Malotte's work was exhibited at the Smithsonian and in the May 1980 issue of Arizona Highways, this artist is named as an accomplished mentor for young artists at the Heard Museum. His art work was included in the Heard Museum's Third Biennial Native American Fine Arts Invitational (October 10, 1987 - February 27, 1988).