Bill Rabbit: Variations on a Rainbow
Named a Cherokee National Treasure for Painting in 2011, the late Bill Rabbit was renowned for his works depicting Cherokee history and culture. This exhibit looks at such works while exploring art from throughout his career, including Southwest-inspired jewelry, pottery, sculpture, and stone carving. It also examines Rabbit’s experimentation with paint, technique, and color throughout his life. The exhibit includes some 40 works loaned by his daughter — artist and Cherokee National Treasure Traci Rabbit — from her personal collection.