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            Bacone College School of Indian Art

            Bacone students attend an art class at Ataloa Lodge.

            Media and Events

                       

                Bacone art on loan in OKC; fundraiser planned 

                Photo by Cathy Spaulding/Muskogee Phoenix

            Contact:

            Director Gerald Cournoyer, [email protected]

            Art Faculty Ted Moore, [email protected]

            Our History

            The Bacone College Art Department was founded in 1935, and was led by such prestigious directors as Acee Blue Eagle through 1938; Woody Crumbo through 1941, then again from 1943-1945; Walter Richard “Dick” West from 1947-1970 and 1979-1986; Terry Saul from 1971-1976; Ruthe Blalock Jones, 1979-2010; and Tony Tiger, 2010-2014.

            Notable Native American artist alumni include all of the previously noted art directors and artists such as Virginia Stroud, who was an art major from 1969-1970; Willard Stone, a sculptor who studied under Blue Eagle and Crumbo and won national recognition while a student at Bacone; Solomon McCombs and Enoch Kelly Haney.

            Our current director is esteemed Oglala Lakota Artist Gerald Cournoyer. Cournoyer’s work has been shown in regional, national and international venues, including galleries in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Italy. As the director of the Bacone College School of Indian Art, he teaches drawing, painting and sculpture. 

            For Cournoyer, painting is a meditative process. The use of color in his paintings is personal. “My ancestors used color in a deep, spiritual manner,” Cournoyer, who often incorporates geometric beadwork and quillwork of his culture into his paintings, says. “Visual repetition is very important and similar to the way we sing our songs over and over in our ceremonials, bringing us closer to the Great Spirit.”

             

             

            Current Student Work

            Cassandra Thompson

            Tyron Yazzie

            Yan Mendez Monjardim

            Many thanks to the Bacone School of Indian Art Sponsors: