1969 Budd Sherrick Original Nude Pastel Drawing

1969 Budd Sherrick Original Nude Pastel Drawing


Budd Sherrick

Mid Century Nude


Pastel on Paper

28"x24", Wood Frame

Original, Budd Sherrick pastel, nude drawing signed lower right and dated 1969 in pencil. Lovely, pastel drawing is done on paper and has been affixed to illustration board and measures 18"x24", with wood frame measures 22 3/4"x1 1/2"x29". 

Very Good Condition - Minor wear consistent with age and history. 

Budd Sherrick  British (b.1944)TAG-A-NOREE MON-E (RAINBOW HANDS)

Budd Sherrick, a world-renowned Native American artist. Budd works primarily in pastel believing in the permanence and spontaneity of pastels, by which he is quickly and creatively able to execute his beautiful work. Many collectors have begun to recognize his unique vision and the awareness of his talent grows wider each year. Budd was given the name Rainbow Hands when he was adopted into the Paiute tribe. The rainbow is a powerful symbol among many Native American tribes.

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University Arizona, 1970.                                         Gallery assistant Rosequist Galleries, Tucson, 1966—1967. Art instructor Jewish Community Center, 1967—1969. Muralist Tanque Verde Guest Ranch, 1970—1971. Artist-exhibitor Knox-Campbell Galleries, 1970—1977. Official artist Ani-Yun-Wiya, Bakersfield, California, since 1980. Served United States Air Force, 1962-1966.


Artist (one-man shows): Los Estudiantinos Gallery, Phoenix, 1970, Martin Gallery, Phoenix, 1974, Firebird Art Galleries, Phoenix, 1977-1983, Hodel Gallery, Bakersfield, 1981, Hodel Gallery, Blue River, Oregon, 1981-1983, Art-A-Fair, Laguna, California, 1983-1984. (group shows): Whitwood Fine Arts Festival, Whittier, California, 1980, 82, 84, Hillcrest Fine Arts Festival, La Habra, California, 1983-1984, Del Amo Festival Art, Torrance, California, 

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