IRVING - The spring art exhibit by the Native Roots Artists Guild will bring native life to art while celebrating the appreciation native people express for their natural world. Enjoy viewing interpretations of cultural symbolism in beautiful paintings, colorful bead work, artistic pottery, and stunning sculptures.
Many one of a kind depictions of native life will delight the visitor viewing the exhibit.
The Native Roots Artists Guild's mission is to maintain a support network for Native Haudenosaunee artists, perpetuate native culture, promote community awareness, and appreciation of native arts. The guild ensures the beauty, quality, and collectability of authentic Indian arts and crafts, which makes each piece of artwork a unique reflection of Native American heritage.
The 2013 Spring Art Show by Native Roots Artists Guild Members, will be held at the William Seneca Administration Building, Route 438, Irving.
The free show runs from April 8-19 and is open to the public during regular business hours, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Spend April 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., visiting the artists during a vendor event, when the public may purchase original pieces of work from guild artists.
For more information contact Mary Jacobs 549-4951 or Penny Minner 378-8371.