Master Artist Aaren Freeland
Navajo artist Aaron Freeland was born into the Bitannii Clan and the Tobaazhni Clan in Rehoboth Mission, New Mexico in 1956. He attended the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe 1973-1976. Aaron is known for both his oil paintings and graphics. His work is represented in major collections throughout America.
Aaron Freeland, Navajo, portrays truth in his portraits. In 1973 Aaron began studies at the Institute of American Indian Artists in Santa Fe where he studied under Allen Houser, Doug Hyde and other important twentieth century artists.
Aaron Freeland has work on display at the Boston Museum of Fine Art. He has also been selected to exhibit in New York city and is a current participant in the Santa Fe Indian Market.Aaron's signature works are oils and pastels painted on black paper. He created an award winning block print titled "Navajo Girl" for the 2005 Indian Market. His popularity with collectors continues to grow.
Other participants in this show are Marilyn Pink, Dannette Koke of Dannett Koke Fine Arts and Maggie Fine.