12/1/2015 - 1/31/2016

Featuring 15 years of drawings, paintings and sculptures by Navajo artist, Armond Lara. Lara is well-known for his wooden marionettes depicting Koshare, the Navajo mischief-maker, with masks as artists such as Dali, Man Ray, and Frida Kahlo. This exhibition also features his paintings and drawings which often incorporate handmade paper, found objects, and mixed-media including traditional Navajo beadwork that has been sewn onto the canvas.