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Name
Tex Wounded Face
Alternate name:
Heritage
Gender
Dates
1955-2012
Date Note
b. May 09, 1955. d. 2012
Artist’s physical folder is filed alphabetically in the Native American Artists Resource Collection under the following name:
Wounded Face, Tex
Exhibits
Tallasi Winter Festival. Tulsa, OK. (12/03/1993 - 12/05/1993)
Red Earth. Oklahoma City, OK. (06/11/1993 - 06/13/1993)
Red Earth. Oklahoma City, OK. (06/1992)
New Art of the West 3. Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art. Indianapolis, IN. (07/12/1992 - 09/07/1992)
Lawrence Indian Arts Show. University of Kansas. Lawrence, KS. (09/13/1991)
Northern Plains Tribal Arts. Sioux Falls, SD. (09/27/1991 - 09/29/1991)
Northern Plains Tribal Arts. Sioux Falls, SD. (09/1990)
American Indian Art Festival and Market. Artist Square, Dallas Arts District, Dallas, TX. (11/09/1990 - 11/11/1990)
Santa Fe Art Foundation and The Gerald Peters Gallery. Fine Art and Artifact Auction. Santa Fe, NM. (08/21/1988 - 08/21/1988)
Contemporary Views of Native American Artists. Harry Wood Art Gallery. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (02/20/1985 - 02/28/1985)
Night of the First Americans. John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Washington, DC. (03/04/1982)
The American Indian Arts Collections. Enoch Kelly Haney Gallery. Oklahoma City, OK. (10/10/1981 - 10/11/1981)
Sculpture By Tex Wounded Face. Museum of the Plains Indian and Crafts Center. Browning, MT. (01/28/1980 - 03/26/1980)
12th Annual Scottsdale National Indian Art Exhibition. Safari Hotel Convention Center. Scottsdale, AZ. (03/06/1974 - 03/09/1974)
11th Annual Scottsdale National Indian Art Exhibition. Safari Hotel Convention Center. Scottsdale, AZ. (03/29/1972 - 04/02/1972)
Awards
Tallasi Winter Festival. Tulsa, OK. Sculpture: First Place. (12/05/1993)
Red Earth. Oklahoma City, OK. Sculpture: Metal, Second Place. (06/13/1993)
Red Earth. Oklahoma City, OK. Division VI, Sculpture-Stone, First Place. (06/1992)
Northern Plains Tribal Arts. Sioux Falls, SD. Div. V. Three Dimensional, Subtractive Process. Honorable Mention. (09/29/1991)
Northern Plains Tribal Arts. Sioux Falls, SD. Div. V. Three Dimensional, Subtractive Process. Third Prize. (09/1990)
12th Annual Scottsdale National Indian Art Exhibition. Safari Hotel Convention Center. Scottsdale, AZ. Section B - Sculpture, Class. VI - Indian sculpture, HONORABLE MENTION. (03/09/1974)
11th Annual Scottsdale National Indian Art Exhibition. Safari Hotel Convention Center. Scottsdale, AZ. Section D-Students. Classification XVIII-Student Crafts. Division C-Sculpture. FIRST AWARD, SECOND AWARD, THIRD AWARD. (04/02/1972)
Publications
Found 9 record(s)
Available ActionsCitationPagesPublication DateArtist Citation NotesWebsite
. "Arizona Highways' Native American Art Issue". March, 1986. Scottsdale, Ariz.: Art-Talk.9-10Newspaper article
. "Finding the Market for Indian Artwork". The Indian Trader. June,. 1988.9,101988
. "Fine Art and Artifact Auction". Santa Fe Art Foundation. August. 1988.571988
. "The Gentle Passion of Tex Wounded Face". The Indian Trader. March. 1980.291980
Collier, Randy. "Indian Craftsmen Becoming More Universal". The Arizona Republic. 12/15/1986.12/15/1986
Jacka, Lois Essary. "In Harmony with Nature". Arizona Highways, vol. 62, no. 5 (May 1986). 1986.121986
Peinado, J. Carlos and Daphne D. Ross. Waterbuster. Quechee, Vermont: Brave Boat Productions. 2006.2006DVD (78 minutes) with sound and color. Summary: Old memories surface when Hidatsa/Mandan filmmaker, J. Carlos Peindo, revisits the Upper Missouri River basin in North Dakota where his ancestors once lived. There he investigates the impact of the massive Garrison Dam project, constructed in the 1950's by the Army Corps of Engineers, which laid waste to a self-sufficient American Indian community, submerging fertile land and displacing his family and the people of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.
Perlman, Barbara H. "Allan Houser: Songs from the Earth". v. 11, no. 1, June, 1981. Southwest Art.56
Samuels. Peggy and Harold Samuels. CONTEMPORARY WESTERN ARTISTS. (Washington, D.C.: Judd's Inc.). 1985.590-5911985

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