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New Works for Indian Market at Blue Rain Gallery

New works will be shown during Santa Fe's 93rd Annual SWAIA Indian Market!

Mosquito Rising From the Flames, 2014

Opening next week at Blue Rain Gallery in Santa Fe, Preston will have 15 new works in a new exhibition in celebration of the 93rd annual SWAIA Indian Market.  He'll be attending the opening on Tuesday, August 19.

Here's a selection of the pieces that will be available from Preston at Blue Rain Gallery:

 

Hawk Beak, 2014

Chilkat Woman, 2014

 

Ghost Basket, 2014

Stopping the World, 2014

Ancestral Chief, 2014

Bear Man, 2014

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The Start of a Busy Summer Schedule!

A rundown of our busy summer season!

Summer 2013 will be a very busy one for all of us at Preston Singletary Inc.!  

When Bears Could Talk, 2013 (Blue Rain Gallery)

We kicked off the summer with some new works at Blue Rain Gallery in their Group Glass Show, alongside Dante Marioni, Rik Allen, Shelley Muzylowski Allen, Nancy Callan, Sean O’Neill, Armelle Bouchet O’Neill, Benjamin Moore, Cassandria Blackmore, Sibylle Peretti, Jeremy Lepisto, and Elodie Holmes.  

Midway through June, Schantz Galleries unveiled some of Preston's new works for their summer season, and will release a catalog later in the summer.

Under the Still Water, 2013 (Schantz Galleries)

In July, Preston will travel to Chicago to install the first of three monumental Family Story Totems.  The totem will travel from the Czech Republic with members of the crew that cast it to install it in a very unique place - on the 62nd floor of a high-rise overlooking Lake Michigan!  The installation promises to be interesting, and there will be a film-crew recording it and the beginning stages of a new totem for a documentary about Preston that starts production this summer.

Thunderbird and Killer Whale, 2013 (Schantz Galleries)

Gray Goose, 2013 (Blue Rain Gallery)

August will be a VERY busy month:

  • Preston will have a solo exhibition at Blue Rain Gallery opening August 1 that will feature all new works.  
  • The following weekend, on August 9, Preston turns 50!  
  • The next weekend, SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe will kick off and Preston will add a few more pieces to his show at Blue Rain.  
  • He'll fly back to perform with Little Big Band at the Sky Church at EMP as a part of the Seattle Center Festál Indigenous Cultures Day on August 18.
  • August 23, Preston will celebrate his birthday with a private concert by one of his musical heroes, Bernie Worrell.
  • August 24, Little Big Band will open for the Bernie Worrell Orchestra at a public show at Columbia City's The Royal Room (tickets are still available!)

And that brings us to Labor Day Weekend, when we'll be celebrating a successful summer season, rest a little, and get ready for 3 more shows in the fall!

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Opening This Week at Traver Gallery

Opening this week at Traver Gallery, Seattle, is an exhibition of 25 new works entitled Listen For the Raven. Check out the exhibition catalog!

Opening this week at Traver Gallery, Seattle, is an exhibition of 25 new works entitled Listen For the Raven.

It will be on exhibit April 4 - 28, 2013

First Thursday opening reception April 4, 5 - 8 pm.

 

Check out the exhibition catalog below!

 

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CULTURAL CONFLUENCE AT WING LUKE MUSEUM THROUGH SEPT. 18

Preston's installation at the Wing Luke Museum on display through September 18, 2011.

Earlier this year, Preston was invited to participate in an exciting exhibition at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, entitled Cultural Confluence - On display through September 18, 2011.

From the Wing Luke website: “The historic legacies and contemporary lives of people who are both Asian and Native American come together for the first time in this exhibition. Through a mix of contemporary art, new media and storytelling, Cultural Confluence explores what it means to be Native in the city at a time when nearly two thirds of Native Americans live away from their tribal reservations and ancestral homes.”

Inspired by curio shelves and collectors of Native Art from the early 20th Century, Preston created a unique installation of glass work, items from his personal collection of “Indian Kitsch,” hand tinted enlargements of vintage postcards, and a hand tinted portrait of Preston in Tlingit regalia by Russell Johnson.

Also included is the first proof-blanket off the loom from his collaboration with Pendleton Woolen Mills, which you can learn about in the next blog post!

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