Medicine Wheel Garden: Southeastern Pigments with Robin Whitfield
Robin Whitfield, a Mississippi artist whose mission is to connect nature and art, will explore the beauty and meaning of plant dyes and pigments used by our ancestors. Plant dyes and pigments were important to our ancestors as they infused Vhitfiele Studio, Granad: beauty and meaning into life. Robin's creative work is inspired by nature and ecological relationships, using traditional watercolors and foraged plant pigments.
The Center of American Indian Research and Studies at USM is partnering with the Mississippi Humanities Council, WECAN (Women's Earth & Climate Action Network) and the Telenutrition Center to present events at the Medicine Wheel Garden.
Saturday, September 23 at 1:00pm
Medicine Wheel Garden