Artwork by Dan Lomahaftewa
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About The Artist
- Dan Lomahaftewa
- Dan Lomahaftewa was born in 1951 in Phoenix, to a Choctaw mother and a Hopi father. He attended school in Phoenix, culminating in his being awarded a BFA from Arizona State University in 1981.
According to Dan, his images are "contemporary interpretations of forms and symbols which represent the philosophical worldview of tribal peoples."
Lomahaftewa has received commissions from the National Museum of the American Indian and Turner Broadcasting. In 1989, he was awarded the Utah Art Council's Visual Artist Fellowship. His work was included in the traveling exhibition "Our Land, Ourselves: Contemporary Native American Art" sponsored by the Ford Foundation and Northern Telecom.
Dan was selected to consult with design team of the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of the American Indian.
Dan Lomahaftewa’s work has been exhibited in galleries in Arizona, California, New Mexico, New York and Utah, as well as at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, the Heard Museum, the Museum of Northern Arizona, and the Santa Fe Indian Market.