I think it’s great the art community and the general public are taking to Native culture the way they have over the past year.
(PRWEB) July 22, 2016
“Native American culture is something that has recently taken hold of the country,” says SilverTribe.com spokesman, Chris Anderson. Over the past year, people have taken to Native fashion, festivals, food, and art. They are continuing to gain ground with prominent front-runners in this year’s presidential election and they are even making waves in the contemporary art community.
An upcoming exhibit, by Native American style artist Starr Hardridge (a member of the Muskogee Creek Bird Clan), is making waves in the community. His unique combination of contemporary art and Native history are the sum total of the upcoming exhibition. The exhibit, entitled “Return from Exile” depicts the Native American’s return to Georgia after being exiled during this country’s settlement. The show is a collection of paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, and pottery utilizes pointillism and many other techniques to bring the history of his people to life.
SilverTribe.com, a proud supporter of Native American culture and art wanted to celebrate the accomplishments of the Native American people by releasing a new collection of traditional art. SilverTribe.com represents some of the most talented Native Artists to bring pottery, Kachina dolls, jewelry, and more to the general public.
Anderson gave a statement along with the company’s latest release, “The evolution of culture is something that occurs naturally and gradually. People like Hardridge help the community grow and adapt to the times. I think it’s great the art community and the general public are taking to Native culture the way they have over the past year. It shows just how much people like to connect and learn about other cultures.”
The new release by SilverTribe.com is to feature traditional Native American art, to honor both the past and future of the culture as a whole. Among the new items to be released, people can find handcrafted pottery, Kachina dolls, and even bolo ties. The team at SilverTribe.com wants to promote Native culture and its recent growth in popularity by welcoming anyone to their site to find Native art and learn more about the culture as well.