But Now Am Found
Type of art: Painting, Drawing, Graphics & Photography
Encaustic, collage, oilstick and oil on panel
Materials: Encaustic, collage, oilstick and oil on panel
Technique: Encaustic and collage
Size: 8x6.5 in.
Bobby C. Martin
Muscogee Creek Nation
Bobby C. Martin is an artist/educator/facilitator who works out of his 7 Springs Studio near West Siloam Springs, Oklahoma. Martin's artwork is exhibited and collected internationally. He has been featured in numerous group and solo exhibitions, the most recent being a one-person exhibition entitled 'But You Don't Look Indian...' that traveled to multiple venues in 2018-2019. His current project, Altars of Reconciliation, is a three-person show featuring Martin, Erin Shaw (Chickasaw) and Tony Tiger (Sac & Fox/Muscogee/Seminole) that focuses on the experiences of the artists as Native Americans and as Christians. Martin's work is in numerous museum collections, including the Philbrook and Gilcrease Museums in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and several others. An enrolled citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation in Oklahoma, Martin currently holds a Professor of Visual Arts position at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, and he frequently leads printmaking workshops around the world.