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 Judith Lowry  (1948 - )

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Lived/Active: California      Known for: creation myth, social commentary

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
California artist Judith Lowry is a Native American painter of Maidu and Pit River ancestry. Her artwork portrays creation myths as well as images which comment on contemporary social issues such as Indian gaming, the status of women and mainstream American culture.

Her parents met while her father, who was a serviceman in the Army, was stationed in Australia. The family lived in locations throughout the world as Lowry was growing up. She always had an interest in in art and won her first art prize when she was just six years old.

Judith married young and worked as a hairdresser while raising her own two children. While in her thirties she enrolled at Humboldt State University where she distinguished herself in the art department and eventually earned a master's degree.

Her professional honors include an invitation by the Smithsonian to participate in "Continuum 12" which consisted of 12 solo shows by contemporary Native artists. She has also exhibited at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York and was honored with a grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation. With the Foundation grant she created her first installation, K'um De-Go-I Dom (Home Place): Reflections on Recurring HIstory and Survival, which pays homage to post 9-11 New York City.

Source: Southwest Art, September 2005

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