PRLog - Nov. 12, 2011 - SYDNEY, Australia -- The Silver Plume art gallery of the Double Bay area of Sydney, Australia invites you to their ‘American Indian Treasure’ seminar 1.00pm on Saturday 19th November 2011 where Tad Anderman will share his knowledge on the history and origin of Hopi Tiles that depict the many Katcina forms danced by the Hopi Indians.
‘The Hopi Indians, which means wise, good or peaceful, are the direct descendants of the Anasazi who emerged in the South Western USA, around 500 and 1250 A.D.’ Says Silver Plume partner Tad Anderman. ‘This is a once in a lifetime event for anyone who loves American Indian art and culture’. Some 157 rare, extraordinary and fascinating Hopi Tiles dating from between 1880 to 1910 from Tad Anderman’s own private collection will be on exhibition at the Double Bay art gallery.
Originally from Denver, Colorado in the USA Tad began his training as an apprentice at the Denver Art Museum, before moving onto the Linda Durham Art gallery. After taking a Christies Fine Art Course in London, he established The Silver Plume Trading Company in 1990 which traded up until 2010 before opening the Silver Plume art gallery in Sydney, Australia.
For more information on the ‘American Indian Treasure Seminar’ visit http://www.silverplumegallery.com.au/