J. White

J. White is an artist of the Arikara Nation, born on the prairies of Yankton, SD. White is the owner/curator of Post Pilgrim Gallery in Sioux Falls, SD, where she holds space for Native artists to be held in reverence. Founded in 2015, Post Pilgrim is currently host to 8 nationally award-winning Midwestern artists. White’s gallery is home to “Final Fridays” where she hosts a guest artist and musician on the last Friday of  each month.

 

A self-taught painter, White shares her culture through the lens of an urban Indian. White’s work has been exhibited in Paris, Venice, and at the Smithsonian. Each year she shows her work in California, New Mexico, Indiana, Montana, and Illinois—to name a few. In her 12-year career as a professional artist, White has received numerous awards for her work as a painter and culture bearer for her Native community. White’s culture continues to influence her paintings, which are both representational and abstract. Her humor and political conscience are palpable in her work. White also uses sculpture to explore an array of subject matter, allowing her to visualize her paintings in 3-D. 

 

White continues to work tirelessly for her beloved state of South Dakota, paying tribute to the friends and family who support her work unconditionally. J. White is honored to be a voice and vessel for the humanities.

Messenger

Messenger

Acrylic 36" X 36" $1950

Found

Found

Acrylic 24" X 36" $1250

Ready

Ready

15" x 30" SOLD

War Pony

War Pony

Acrylic 4 ft x 8 ft $3000