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Palo Verde artist of the month is Peggy Juneau

Posted 10/4/22

Peggy Juneau (Blackfoot/San Carlos Apache) is from Los Angeles and now calls Arizona her home. She specializes in Native-themed mixed-media art. She uses bold colors from nature that challenge the …

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Palo Verde artist of the month is Peggy Juneau

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Peggy Juneau (Blackfoot/San Carlos Apache) is from Los Angeles and now calls Arizona her home. She specializes in Native-themed mixed-media art. She uses bold colors from nature that challenge the viewer and helps to convey her personal, traditional and contemporary Native ideas. She includes her own photographs, feathers and natural bits of nature and accents her work with pastel and acrylic.

“I love to create and re-interpret Native themes within my art,” stated Juneau, “like being a strong Native woman or portraying a moment at an Apache Sunrise Dance.” Her work represents the importance of Native ceremonies to Mother Nature, and her reflection and introspection are constant elements of her creative process.

Juneau exhibits at various regional galleries and is showing at the Surprise City Hall and is part of the “Imprint La Viva La Culture Exhibit.” She will also show at the Fall Festival of the Arts through the Palo Verde Artists art club, which is Nov. 25 and 26.

See Juneau’s art in the Sundial center, in the glass showcases by the Palo Verde Club Room, 14801 N. 103rd Ave.

Membership in Palo Verde Artists is $10 annually and is open to RCSC cardholders only.

Visitpaloverdeartists.com.

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