He Offers His Corn Pollen to the Morning Sun

Hyrum Joe

He Offers His Corn Pollen to the Morning Sun, Paintings by Hyrum Joe
Marked Down $5,500.00
Gallery Price $8,000.00
Title
He Offers His Corn Pollen to the Morning Sun
Artist
Hyrum Joe
Medium
Oil on canvas
Canvas size
24" height X 36" width
Frame
Elegant wood molding
Frame size
29 1/4" height X 41 1/4" width
Signed
"Hyrum C. Joe" at viewer's lower left
Date of creation
2019
Condition
Excellent, as appeared framed.
Provenance
RF13
About The He Offers His Corn Pollen to the Morning Sun

Hyrum Joe shares the quiet dignity of his culture against a majestic backdrop, our Southwestern land and sky.

About Hyrum Joe
(Born 1980, Navajo (Dineh), Hyrum C. Joe is the "son of sculptor Oreland C Joe, paints historic and contemporary scenes.  He was grew up in Kirtland and Shiprock, New Mexico, on the Navajo Reservation.  The eldest of six children, Hyrum was inspired by his father's art activity.  After graduating from high school, he attended Mesa Junior College in Mesa, Arizona, taking art lessons from Jim Garrison, "the best art instructor at the school." Following graduation, he returned to Kirtland and took up figurative realistic painting, focusing especially on historical images of his tribal culture.

Hyrum C. Joe was awarded a Fellowship Award from the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) in 2005.  In 2004 he won the Standards Award for Best Drawing at the Santa Fe Indian Market."  taken from AskArt.com

Hyrum Joe is represented by Blue Rain Galley in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Cultures

American Indian, Navajo

Medium

Paintings

Subject

American Indians, Landscapes

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