Jicarilla Apache/Navajo (Diné) Artist Ishkoten Dougi
Using Color as a "Weapon"
Painter, printmaker, sculptor, curator, and activist for the future of Native art, Ishkoten Dougi studied fine arts at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe; he’s shown with iconic native artists from Tony Abeyta to Fritz Scholder.
Following his role models, Dougi has been able to achieve rank as one of the most modern native artists alive to date by working within his color theory using color as a “weapon.”
He is Jicarilla Apache and Navajo, a celebrated artist in today’s Native Art world!