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Jonathan Warm Day

Current Home: Taos

Working in a colorful representational style reminiscent of the Taos masters of the last century, Jonathan Warm Day is the only living painter from Taos Pueblo actively working. He is also the first contemporary painter from the pueblo to have his work published in book form. He learned painting from his mother, Eva Mirabal, an artist herself who had been a student at the Santa Fe Indian School during its artistic renaissance under the direction of Dorothy Dunn. His paintings are included in several important collections and have been exhibited in various galleries.