30th Jan 2014

Young Diné for Diné Liberation

http://youtu.be/ycAbRNSu4-M

"Our generation chooses true sovereignty, and the protection of our air, land, and water. These things are not for sale and should not be corrupted. 150 years ago, our ancestors were exiled from Diné Bikéyah on the Long Walk. We honor the suffering and hardship they endured by maintaining our relationship with Nihímá Nahasdzáán and Yádilhiił, revitalizing K’é and our Diné lifeways. Today, the irresponsible decisions of the Navajo Nation government regarding energy colonization and exploitation threaten our homeland and the future of our people. Our message, Bidziil Beehaz’áanii Dinébi, is a message to the Diné people to say that we are strong and our voices do matter, regardless of how the Navajo Nation government ignores and undermines us. We must take it upon ourselves in this critical time to speak up and act to ensure a future for Diné people within our four sacred mountains.”

‪#‎riseup‬ ‪#‎empowerthepeople‬

Window Rock, AZ

20th Jan 2014
nahasdzáán

nahasdzáán

17th Jan 2014
"Resistance… because if we fight we might lose but if we don’t we’ve already lost."
Re hashed some older work for a new print. 11x17” digital print available at www.greyeyesart.storenvy.com

"Resistance… because if we fight we might lose but if we don’t we’ve already lost."

Re hashed some older work for a new print. 11x17” digital print available at www.greyeyesart.storenvy.com

23rd Dec 2013
"Yikáísdáhá" milky way (11x14" $25+shipping) digital print on photo paper available at www.greyeyesart.storenvy.com

"Yikáísdáhá" milky way (11x14" $25+shipping) digital print on photo paper available at www.greyeyesart.storenvy.com

11th Dec 2013
Collaboration piece with Demian Dine Yazhi “Bury My Art at Wounded Knee” - Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR. He’s a master at working with text. 
THIS LAND:
IS NOT YOUR LAND
WAS NOT YOUR LAND
WILL NEVER BE YOUR LAND

Collaboration piece with Demian Dine Yazhi “Bury My Art at Wounded Knee” - Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR. He’s a master at working with text. 

THIS LAND:

IS NOT YOUR LAND

WAS NOT YOUR LAND

WILL NEVER BE YOUR LAND

9th Dec 2013
"EYESLIKEARROWS" 11x14" digital print. Available at www.greyeyesart.storenvy.com

"EYESLIKEARROWS" 11x14" digital print. Available at www.greyeyesart.storenvy.com

7th Dec 2013

"ROAM" 11x14" available at greyeyesart.storenvy.com

Haven’t played with watercolor in so long. 

6th Dec 2013
Opened up a NEW online store. http://greyeyesart.storenvy.com

Opened up a NEW online store. http://greyeyesart.storenvy.com

5th Dec 2013
"horizonwatersilence" 11x14" digital print. Paypal: TomGreyEyesArt@gmail.com

"horizonwatersilence" 11x14" digital print. Paypal: TomGreyEyesArt@gmail.com

3rd Dec 2013
Created a separate blog as my design portfolio. 
greyeyesdsn:

GreyEyes DSN taking commissions
Serious inquiries only. TomGreyEyesArt@gmail.com

Created a separate blog as my design portfolio. 

greyeyesdsn:

GreyEyes DSN taking commissions

Serious inquiries only. TomGreyEyesArt@gmail.com

2nd Dec 2013
"Cloud Woman" 11x14" digital print $25serious inquiries only TomGreyEyesArt@gmail.com

"Cloud Woman" 11x14" digital print $25

serious inquiries only TomGreyEyesArt@gmail.com

2nd Dec 2013

big mountain windmill paint rampage

29th Nov 2013
"Naabaahii" 11x14" digital print $25
serious inquiries only TomGreyEyesArt@gmail.com

"Naabaahii" 11x14" digital print $25

serious inquiries only TomGreyEyesArt@gmail.com

27th Nov 2013

Im the NEWEST addition to the Honor the Treaties Art Collective, Pictures from the Panel discussion at Museum of Contemporary Native Art - Santa Fe.

Honor the Treaties is an organization dedicated to amplifying the voices of Indigenous communities through art and advocacy. We do that by funding collaborations between Native artists and Native advocacy groups so that their messages can reach a wider audience. Indigenous communities are fighting their most important battles in recent history—battles to protect the integrity of their land and water and traditions. Art has the ability to wake people up.  Through it we can evoke emotion, tell stories, inspire and motivate — and when channeled as a vehicle for issues of conscience it can become a catalyst for meaningful change.

http://www.facebook.com/HonorTheTreaties

http://www.honorthetreaties.org

27th Nov 2013
Next Show

Through visual, written, & speech-based forms of cultural representation, Bury My Art At Wounded Knee aims to explore, and thereby challenge, contemporary notions of Native art. The main objective of the exhibition is to acknowledge Indigenous resistance through the origins of the American Indian Movement (A.I.M.), Native north american political art, & present day issues in Native america. It is dedicated to the long legacy of Native north american artists, warriors, activists, writers, & visionaries, in order to provide an adaptable platform for future exhibitions, projects, manifestations, & uprising.: R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment :Established in 2010, through a heightened awareness of the atrocities that have resulted from patriarchal colonization. The seeds of the collective have been planted firmly in the ground since the onslaught of european madness. At its foundation, R.I.S.E. is invested in the education, perseverance, & dissemination of Native north american art, activism, writing, history, storytelling & lived experience. R.I.S.E. is a call to action yielding multiple tools including photographs, paint, wheatpaste, clay, beadwork, dancing, words, voices,sounds, ritual, & more.http://www.burymyart.tumblr.com/

Next Show

Through visual, written, & speech-based forms of cultural representation, Bury My Art At Wounded Knee aims to explore, and thereby challenge, contemporary notions of Native art. The main objective of the exhibition is to acknowledge Indigenous resistance through the origins of the American Indian Movement (A.I.M.), Native north american political art, & present day issues in Native america. 

It is dedicated to the long legacy of Native north american artists, warriors, activists, writers, & visionaries, in order to provide an adaptable platform for future exhibitions, projects, manifestations, & uprising.


: R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment :

Established in 2010, through a heightened awareness of the atrocities that have resulted from patriarchal colonization. The seeds of the collective have been planted firmly in the ground since the onslaught of european madness. At its foundation, R.I.S.E. is invested in the education, perseverance, & dissemination of Native north american art, activism, writing, history, storytelling & lived experience. R.I.S.E. is a call to action yielding multiple tools including photographs, paint, wheatpaste, clay, beadwork, dancing, words, voices,
sounds, ritual, & more.

http://www.burymyart.tumblr.com/