Native Soul: The Artwork of Jerry Fogg (exhibit held over until June 1st)

Native Soul Jerry Fogg PosterThe Center for Western Studies' newest exhibit features works by Native American artist Jerry Fogg. "Native Soul: The Artwork of Jerry Fogg" will be on display from Monday, March 4, through Saturday, June 1 (was May 18). The gallery reception featuring a gallery talk was on Wednesday, March 20.

Yankton Sioux Oyate artist Jerry Fogg, Wanagi Tatanka (Bull Ghost), is a mixed-media, pencil and ink, acrylic and watercolor tribal artist. He is an advocate for Blood Run, Hiawatha Indian Insane Asylum and Pé Sla and a multi-mentor at Hawthorne Elementary in Sioux Falls. Fogg is a graduate of Flandreau Indian School and an enrolled member of Ihankton Nakota Oyate. He is the lead vocalist for the contemporary rock band “Native Soul,” and a self-employed business owner in Sioux Falls.

  • Artist of the Year: Flandreau Indian School
  • Best of Show (mixed-media): United Tribes Art Expo
  • Best of Show:Yankton County Open Art Competition
  • Award Winner (Textile): Northern Plains Tribal Arts
  • Patron Award: LuVerne, Minnesota Open Arts
  • People’s Choice Award: Artists of the Plains
  • Best of Show: Artists of the Plains
  • Nominee for Mayor’s Award for the Arts: Sioux Falls