Goodwill Games

Irving Toddy

Goodwill Games, Paintings by Irving Toddy
  • Toddy painting
Marked Down $3,500.00
Gallery Price $5,000.00
Title
Goodwill Games
Artist
Irving Toddy
Medium
Oil on panel
Sight size
23 1/2" height X 23 1/2" width
Frame
Linen-wrapped liner, dark stained wood
Frame size
28 1/2" height X 28 1/2" width
Signed
"Irving Toddy '92" at viewer's lower left
Date of creation
1992
Condition
Excellent, as appeared framed
Provenance
Pa Ste
About The Goodwill Games

This impressive painting comes with two major ribbons it won from the Navajo Nation Fair one for Best of Show, The President's Award Honorable Peterson Zahdated September 1992. The second ribbon was for the oil painting division, a First Place, at the same Fair at the same time.

About Irving Toddy

(Born 1951) The son of noted Navajo artist, Beatien Yazz, Irving Toddy is many faceted, working in acrylic, watercolor, pencil, charcoal, pen and ink and conte crayon.

Toddy was educated at the Intermountain High School in Brigham City, Utah and Utah State University in Logan, Utah. Exhibitions of his work have taken place at Woodards Indian Arts, Indian Ceremonials in both Gallup and Santa Fe, the 12th Annual Red Cloud Indian Art Show in South Dakota and the Heard Museum Guild Arts and Crafts Show, where he was awarded honorable mention.

Three books on Navajo life and culture are illustrated with Toddy's work, Cheyenne Again, D is For Drum and Desert Digits.

Cultures

American Indian, Navajo

Medium

Paintings

Subject

American Indians

Keywords

Irving Toddy, Toddy painting