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.
He is Jicarilla Apache and Navajo, a celebrated painter, sculptor, and Artist, with a capital A.
Ishkoten is an extremely talented artist who is unafraid to use his art as a way to make his voice heard. He is known for using bright colors, UV reactive paint, and 3-D goggles in his work, and it always makes a statement.
Whether it is with his bold color choices or his choice of media, Ishko can always be counted on to create something eye-catching and thought-provoking.
This is one of a series of three “Jicarilla Apache Land” paintings carried in the gallery. They are all representations of the land of Ishkoten’s people, of course from his magnificent point of view.
The materials used are a combination of acrylic paints, oil pastels, and Prisma Color pencils, all brilliantly put together on 100% cotton paper from France.
These are light reactive, and we’re excited to share videos of this amazing effect in the near future!
Totally unique, this is a one-of-a-kind expression that will stand out in any collection!!