Christine McHorse is a Natve American sculptor. McHorse represents the Navajo nation. Christine McHorse was born in Morenci, Arizona in the year 1948.
McHorse began to create pottery after marrying a man who was a Taos Pueblo Indian named Joel McHorse. His grandmother was a renown potter named Lena Archuleta. Archuleta taught McHorse to make ceramics using the local clay.
The artist attended the Institute of American Indian Arts.
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In this clip we view a vessel by the artist:
McHorse is part of the collection of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.
Below we view another work by Christine McHorse:
Although she creates both realist and abstract works, her abstract work is very interesting for the amount of unique and organic shapes they contain.