Truman Tennis Lowe

Truman Lowe, or Wakajahukga in Ho-Chunk, (American, Ho-Chunk, 1944–2019) is considered one of the foremost Native American artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Lowe was the youngest of six children and was raised in the Winnebago Indian Mission east of Black River Falls in west-central Wisconsin. The ethic of sustainable use of natural resources was impressed upon him early on and he made judicious use and reuse of all the natural materials that he collected throughout his career.

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Exposition Art Blog

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The official website of the Exposition Art Blog www.milenaolesinska.blogspot.com

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