ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art in St. Petersburg is currently showcasing the work of a Native American artist whose life and career were cut short by cancer.
Here's five things to know about “Spirit Lines”:
- It showcases the work of Helen Hardin, a well-known Native American artist active in the 1960's and 1970's.
- The exhibit highlights how Hardin created her works. Many of the pieces are prints created using Hardin's original etchings.
- Hardin passed away from breast cancer at the age of 41.
- The exhibition also features some work from Hardin's mother and daughter.
- "Spirit Lines" will remain on display until March 1.
You can find out more information here, and for a preview of the exhibit, watch the video above!