James McClung, ‘We Warriors Stand Together To Create Mountains’, 2017, Kate Oh Gallery

We Warriors Stand Together To Create Mountains

Out in the open landscape of Arizona, these two arrows still stand at an abandoned trading post off HWY I-40. Twin Arrows represents and still stands for warrior pride of the Navajo tribe. The triangle design acts as a type of sun giving light for direction. Triangles in Navajo weaving are the fabric of basic building blocks. For myself, this piece represents having the building blocks of art giving light and direction to create with pride and joy. Having some personal insecurities about my own art I can stand alongside fellow artists to keep moving forward.

About James McClung

American, b. 1982, San Dimas, CA, United States, based in Redlands, CA, United States

Solo Shows

Civil Coffee, 
Los Angeles, CA, United States,
Been Going Around
Four Barrel, 
San Francisco, CA, United States,
Land And Dark

Group Shows

Augies Coffee Roasters, 
Redlands, CA, United States,
There to Here