|About the Artist||(1946-deceased) Cited in Patricia Broder's book Hopi Painting, Honanie joined the Artist Hopid group in 1973.
While living in Phoenix and attending Phoenix Indian School, Honanie studied under Winston Coles before attending the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe. He studied at the IAIA under Otellie Loloma.
Honanie worked on the Hopi Ceremonial Calendar mural as well as a mural in a building on the Arizona State University campus and in the Academic Building on the American Indian Art campus.
The artist's works have been exhibited in galleries and museums through the United States.
|Culture||American Indian, Hopi|
|Style||Nostalgic American Indian|
|Medium||Watercolor on paper|
|Sight size||15 1/2" height X 28" width|
|Frame||Non-glare glass, custom wood molding|
|Frame size||18 1/4" height X 31" width|
|Signed||"Delbridge Honanie" at viewer's lower right|
|Date of creation||Prior to 1966|
|Condition||Good to excellent, due to 3 tiny dark spots above and below row of figures|