Glacier Park Map
Artist: Terrance Guardipee
Terrence Guardipee is a Blackfeet ledger artist and painter and is recognized for the traditional depiction of his Blackfeet heritage and contemporary innovation demonstrated in his work. His powerful art reflects the strength and honor of his Blackfeet heritage with his use of bold and bright color combinations in blending his contemporary style with traditional images. He is known for painting and drawing horse riders, warriors, holy men, sociesty ceremonies, tipis, women and love.
Terrance was one of the first Native artists to revive the historical ledger art tradition, and was the first ledger artist to transform the style from the single page custom into his signature map collage concept. He also uses various antique documents like maps, war rations and check that date from the mid 19th century and typically originating from the historical and present Blackfeet homeland of Montana.