Alex Jacobs Print

Alex Jacobs Print

SKU: 8017a

Jacobs (Karoniakahke) is a Mohawk activist, broadcaster, musician, poet and visual artist based in Santa Fe. Originally from Akwesasne, his collage-paintings combine the quilt-making traditions of his Mohawk mother and grandmother with elements from NM. Using his mother’s calico scraps and commercial packaging from American Spirit cigarettes and Land-O-Lakes butter wrappers, he developed a kind of decoupage technique, gluing and varnishing the fabric to create his art. Jacobs is a graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts and holds a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute.  This print features historic tattooing motifs and calico cloth. 

    $48.00Price
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