York, Star Liana
Star Liana York tells the story of her own discoveries through her art. While her career as a professional sculptor began over twenty years ago, much of the recognition she has achieved comes from a body of work created after moving to the Southwest in 1985. It reflects her introduction to the native peoples of the area such as Navajo, Apache, Hopi, and Pueblo, as well as the wildlife and unique rock art. In the narrative tradition of American Art of the West, her work succeeds in capturing authentic aspects of the past and interpreting historic figures with convincing realism.
Further Reading: Star Liana York, Cowboys and Indians 2012 | Star Liana York, Southwest Art 1995 | Star Liana York, Southwest Art 2014 | Star Liana York, The Open Range 2012 | Star Liana York, Western Art Collector 2008 | Star Liana York, Wildlife Art 2007 | Star Liana York, ArtBook of the New West 2007 | Star Liana York, Art of the West 2013 | Star Liana York, Southwest Art 2009