Chholing Tata Art Exhibit at the
The Chholing Taha exhibit is the October art show at the
in Bigfork this
year. She is a Cree First Nations artist born in Edge Art
Gallery Canada and is now based in .
She uses Native imagery to express both contemporary issues and
indigenous stories. She is a master story teller, artist and
seamstress from which her name "The Shawl Lady"
originates. Chholing Taha’s vibrant colors and masterful interpretations
of Native North American’s tales, myths, legends and dreams, leap out from the
paintings and shawls you’ll see when you visit Edge during October. Come and
see Chholing’s work at the Edge Gallery from October 4th through the 27th . The gallery is next to the Anoka Minnesota and is open from 10 am to 4 pm on Thursdays,
Fridays, and Saturdays. Admission to the gallery and October 5th reception is
free. Bigfork School
October brings artist Chholing Taha to the Edge Gallery. A master story teller, artist and seamstress of exceptional talent, her masterful interpretations of Native North American’s tales, myths, legends and dreams, bring story, color and artistic expression into incredible works of art.
Chholing Taha was born in Canada and now based in Anoka. She draws on symbols from tribes from the Northwest coast, as well as the Great Lakes tribes, and it is her heart’s wish to instill a sense of mystery within anyone who views her work and discovers that place within each of us that beats together as one communal “spirit drum” common to all of humanity. Her paintings act as an honoring, translating and preserving great stories, traditions, and messages.
Chholing Taha will be showing her work at the