WYLD GALLERY FEATURED ARTIST
Discover Del Curfman
A young, powerful up and coming Native American artist that explores the heritage of his tribe with colorful creativity. Del mines history and culture to create meaningful and beautiful art.
"Original Native American Art"
Ray Donley – Gallery Owner
"Spellbinding , original Native American imagery exploring heritage, culture & tradition."
- WYLD Gallery
Best known for his work with Apsaalooke’ (Crow Nation of Montana) imagery and
cultural meaning, Del Curfman explores heritage, tradition, and humanity through
His work often incorporates techniques and styles of impressionism. With
loose brushwork and semi-abstraction he captures the essence of nature.
Obtaining his BFA in Studio Arts with a focus on painting at the Institute of American Indian Arts
of Santa Fe, NM (IAIA) in May 2017, emerging artist and enrolled tribal member,
Curfman looks to contribute to contemporary Native Artist history through his work
in oil paints and community based projects.
"Spellbinding, original Native American imagery exploring heritage, culture & tradition."
Del Curfman’s stark Buffalo Expiry combines beauty and mortality. Del graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2017. He lives in Santa Fe.
Crow Fair Pride
Del Curfman’s Crow Fair Pride celebrates Crow Fair, the largest Native American event in Montana, and one of the biggest powwows in the country. This piece is part of Del’s Vanishing Series, which Del describes as follows
Crow Fair Regular
Del Curfman’s Crow Fair Regular celebrates Crow Fair, the largest Native American event in Montana, and one of the biggest powwows in the country. This piece is part of Del’s Vanishing Series, which Del describes as follows
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