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Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print

Lindbergh Namingha, Berlin
Member Since October 2014
Acrylic Paintings, Wooden Wall Art, Hand Crafted Wood and Kachina Sculptures.

A self-taught artist from Arizona. Lindbergh (Lim) as he wants to be called, comes from an artistic family, including the famous Hopi Painter, their grandfather, Otis Polelonema. He began his drawings and paintings at the early age during the babysitting times by their grandfather.

Lindbergh or, say Lim, is a Hopi Indian born in 1959 in Arizona on the Hopi Indian Reservation. Has an Associate of Arts Degree in General Studies from the Central Texas College.

His works are in Acrylics and mix media, and depicts in brilliant colors his traditional and contemporary designs of the Hopi, which includes symbols of the Kachinas, elements of nature and pottery designs, and thus gives expression to the colorful, fasinating life of the Hopi and their culture. His works were featured in the summer of 1988 at the Tulsa Oklahoma Indian Arts Expo, in 1989 at the Northern Arizona Museum Hopi Show where one of his works received an Honorable Mention and in 1995 at the Haskell Indian Nations Untiversity Indain Arts Show in Lawrence, Kansas where one of his works was sold within 3 minutes after the opening.

He has also shown his works in several museums and theaters in Germany. His last show was in June 2014 at the Deutschordensmuseum GmbH in Bad Mergentheim, Germany.

Lim lives in Berlin with his wife, Sandra and their Jack Russell terrier (The Monster) named "Sunny".

"It was a matter of time, just as Cooks and Singers fasinated audiences with their creative processes, now I, as an Artist, Painter and Craftsman, have taken an innovative approach to my craft."
-- Ann Rea


Product No 5484933
Subjects Native American, North American, World Culture
Style Fine Art
Tags Cornplants, Kököpöliis, Lindbergh, Namingha, Turquosie, burnt, clouds, hopi, prayer, rain, shrine, sienna