Darrell Honanie is an acclaimed Navajo/Hopi Indian Artist, born in the winter of 1969 on the Yakama Indian Reservation. He attended the Art Institute of Seattle studying in the visual communications- a combination of illustration and graphic arts. While in Seattle, Darrell studied painting and drawing with the late Northwest master painter Bill Cummings.
Later, he received a scholarship to attend the prestigious Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM. There, Darrell lived and breathed art, studying with the great master artists’-Linda Lomahaftewa, Duane Slick, Dirk De Bruycker, Paula Roland, Melanie Yazzie, Felix Vigil, Eric Anderson and Barney Bush. While at IAIA, His painting, “The Watcher” won the front cover of the book “Home is in the Blood,” New Work from Institute of American Indian Arts ( IAIA Anthology Series 1994-95), published Internationally.
Darrell loves working in various art forms that combine abstract curvilinear rock art, pottery-rug designs, ledger art, kiva art, and petroglyphs with two dimensional mixed media and three dimensional design.
His artwork collected by private collectors and institutions throughout the United States of America.
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