Truman Tennis Lowe
Truman Tennis Lowe is active/lives in Wisconsin, Kansas. Truman Lowe is known for Ho-Chunk Indian themed sculpture, painting, installation, teaching.
Biography Truman Tennis Lowe
Truman Lowe is a Ho Chunk sculptor and installation artist noted for his poetic ability to transform wood into water. Cultural Confluence traces the origins and evolution of his practice, from the traditional splint-plait baskets that Lowe learned how to make at an early age from his parents to the large-scale installation Ottawa which explores both the surface of and earth beneath a stream. The lyrical sculptures in Cultural Confluence unearth the power of water manifest in the riverbed, water surface, and vessel.
Lowe is a professor emeritus of art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and former curator of contemporary art for the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian. He is regarded as “the preeminent
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