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Artist Talk: Yatika Starr Fields

Yatika Starr Fields
Yatika Starr Fields
Georgia Museum of Art
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Yatika Starr Fields (Osage, Cherokee and Creek) is a painter known for his vibrant, large-scale murals. His oil paintings range from pure abstractions to images interlaced with symbolic narrative elements. In 2019, Fields produced a series of lithographs and monotypes during a residency at Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts. In this talk, Fields will discuss his larger body of work, with a focus on that print series. “Sun Carrier Series: Scorpion Bowl” is currently on view in the exhibition “Collective Impressions: Modern Native American Printmakers” through January 30.

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