Cowboys & Indians


Through August 16

Quiet Storms

Using a palette of strong, bold, and simple colors, Diné artist Gil Scott depicts high Southwest desert landscapes, Native baskets, traditional Navajo homes known as hogans, and other subjects that reflect his culture. His work is strongly influenced by Navajo women’s weaving. The Amerind Museum, Dragoon, Arizona, 520.586.3666,

August 1 – September 20

Hold Your Horses! Invitational Exhibition

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