A former railroad worker, this Navajo artist also spent years herding sheep and goats in northern New Mexico's thinly populated Bisti region. He was in his early fifties when he began carving small sculptures from the local cottonwood.
|Apodaca, Joe Reyes|
|Appleton, J. W.|
|Appold, Johann Leonhard|
|Archambault, Anna Margaretta|
|Archer, Robert P.|
Alexander Archipenko was a sculptor who was born in the Ukraine. After working in Paris, Archipenko moved to the U.S. and became a citizen in 1928.
Felipe Archuleta makes his sculptures out of wood and other materials he finds himself or obtains from his neighbors. He uses carpenter's tools to fashion the various parts of each work, and nails and glue to assemble them.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, 1935. Currently lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he is an instructor in photography at Northern Arizona University. An exhibition featuring Arentz's work was organized by the Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, West Virginia, in 1990.
Born in Romania. Immigrated to the United States at age twenty-two. Painter known for his use of vibrant color and brushwork.
|Arms, John Taylor||
Graphic artist, first trained as an architect. He is best known for his etchings of medieval French architecture, which are characterized by attention to intricate detail.