‘Water Memories’ consists of three fine art photographic compositions ‘Oil Boom’, ‘Eufala Tiger Girls’ and ‘Water Memory’. These breathtaking underwater images expose the fragile and essential relationships that exist between people, water and life.
“‘Water Memories’ are photography dreamscapes dealing with Native American relationships to water, the forces of man and of Mother Nature. They are individual explorations of space, memory, and diverse Indigenous narratives that are both terrifying and peaceful.”Cara Romero
These photographs are available from Rainmaker Gallery in a UK edition of just five, measuring 30″x30″.
This is the third major museum acquisition from Rainmaker Gallery. Last year, two works of art from our summer exhibition by Nocona Burgess were purchased by UK museums. I am delighted that these institutions are beginning to present a more updated profile of Native American cultures by displaying contemporary Native artist’s work alongside historic collections.