Come see the latest artwork from local artist, Kori Guy Crutcher at Two Rivers Art Gallery! Kori is still adding to her unique and heartfelt artwork and has already added more paintings and new pottery pieces.
Her pottery is beautiful – from tiny little turtles to bowls, cups and hummingbird feeders. Her talent is amazing and is already selling within a couple days of bringing them into the Two Rivers Art Gallery & Gift Shop in Chiloquin!
Kori Guy is a Native American painter and potter. Kori a mixed-blood Navajo of the To’ahee’d Lii’nii Clan (Where the Waters Flow Together Clan), is also Cherokee and Mohawk. Her grandparents were from the Canyon DeChelly, and the Lukachukai areas of the Navajo Reservation.
Being raised with the Navajo traditions and stories by her Grandparents, Kori feels it is impossible to do her artwork without drawing from her deep love of the traditions she was raised with. Kori lives “way up in the mountains “where she has a studio and working gallery, and the beauty inspires her. Her art name- Dine’Woolchoo’n, means- Navajo Quilt.
She believes that her Navajo traditions are the thread that has given her the sanity and strength to put all the pieces of herself together in this world in which we live in.
Stop by and take a look at Kori’s work anytime!
We are open 11:00 – 4:00 most days of the week due to our great volunteer team!
To see Kori’s work as well as our other amazing artwork, stop by the gallery in downtown Chiloquin.
Or visit our website at www.2riversartgallery.com
Two Rivers Art Gallery
140 S. 1st St.