"Indians in the City" Print
Albert White, Mohawk, explains that drawing and painting comes as naturally to him as breathing and eating. He was the recipient of a merit scholarship at the Maryland Art Institute, and graduated with honors in 1973. Albert works mainly in a figurative style, at times using oils to create serious representational portraits, and at times using pen and ink to create cartoons to get across some humorous point. He especially enjoys making portraits of animals, and does commissioned work. One of his most popular prints, the original is in the collection of the Iroquois Indian Museum.
H: 11" x 14"