|About the Artist||(1950-2016), Mohave, Tohono O'odham and Akimel O'odham) Grey was born in Sacaton, Arizona, not far from his current city of residence, Scottsdale. For his art training Grey attended the Institute of American Indian Arts, the University of New Mexico and the Community Film Workshop and Anthropological Film Center.
Known for his watercolors, sculptures and murals, this artist taught at both the Navajo Community College and at the Southwestern Indian Poly Technical Institute in photography, cinematography and painting.
His work has been shown at the Lovena Ohl Gallery and his work was included in a juried show at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. On several occasions he exhibited his paintings in Germany, France and England.
|Medium||Watercolor and acrylic on paper|
|Sight size||11 1/3" height X 8 1/2" width|
|Frame||Two non-archival mats, regular glass, stained wood molding with gold finished lip|
|Frame size||17 1/2" height X 13 1/2" width|
|Signed||"Whitney Grey" in black ink vertically along right side|
|Date of creation||Circa 1990|
|Condition||Good to excellent, slight degree of fade.|
|Provenance||Acquired from Heard Museum Shop, LF|