Tyriese Higdon has a fever that can’t be cured with a doctor’s prescription, bedrest or a mother’s tender touch.
The perfect combination of elite Native art, entertainment, savory food and brilliant weather drew record crowds to the annual Artesian Arts Festival May 28 in downtown Sulphur..
Mike Larsen’s eyes poured over two huge acrylic paintings he created 21 years ago.
“This painting of an Arapaho holy man and his people brings back many emotions,” Mr. Larsen said. “It was painted right after the Oklahoma City bombing. Two of our children are included and the others are close friends. Many of them now gone.”
“Te Ata” will be featured in a special screening July 31 at historic State Theatre the Traverse City Film Festival.