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Gerald Clarke states that his “ultimate goal as an artist is to give Indian culture back the humanity that has been taken from it by stereotypes created over the past five centuries…In my work, I look for the unconventional beauty one finds only in TRUTHS. It celebrates, it mourns, and it outshines all else.”
Clarke created these three signs for the Eiteljorg Museum’s 2007 Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship (then called the Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art) ,
Date created: 2007
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