Judy Anderson is Nêhiyaw (Cree) from Gordon First Nation, Saskatchewan, Treaty 4 territory and an Associate Professor of Canadian Indigenous Studio Art in the Department of Art at the University of Calgary. Anderson’s practice includes beadwork, installation, hand-made paper, painting, three-dimensional pieces, and, collaborative projects all of which are deeply personalwith a focus on issues of spirituality, family, colonialism and Indigenous epistemological and ontological traditions.

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Collaborations with Cruz (Ongoing)

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Cruz Anderson If Picasso Wrote, acrylic on canvas, 8 ½” x 11”. Photo Credit: Cruz Anderson
 
Judy Anderson If Picasso Beaded What he Wrote (2013) glass beads, 8”x 10”. Photo Credit: Cruz Anderson
 
Biting Cruz’s R and Racking Kat-Dawg’s Beads (2014) beads on hide and handmade paper, approx. 8”x 10”. Photo Credit: Katherine Boyer
 
Untitled (2018) Photo Credit: Judy Anderson
 
Untitled (2018) Photo Credit: Judy Anderson
 
Cruz (2018) beads on stroud cloth, 4”x 6”. Photo Credit: Judy Anderson
 
Straight (2019) beads on stroud cloth, 4”x 6”. Photo Credit: Judy Anderson
 
B (2017) beads on cloth, 4”x4”, 2017. Photo Credit: Judy Anderson

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