Ben Pease

  • A Mother’s Touch Carries

    Mixed Media
    14″ X 11″

    $650


  • Pretty Little Things

    Mixed Media
    12″ X 12″

    $575


  • Sitting Bird

    Mixed Media
    30″ X 24″

    $3,500


  • Our Founding Fathers

    Mixed Media
    30″ X 48″

    $5,800


  • Indigenous Goddess

    Mixed Media
    40″ X 30″

    $6,600


  • One For the Watchers

    Mixed Media
    40″ X 30″

    $6,600


  • Mother and Child

    Mixed Media
    14″ X 11″

    $700


  • My Indian War Pony

    Mixed Media
    20″ X 10″

    $1,200


  • Trivialized and Triumphed

    Oil
    20″ X 20″

    $1,600


  • Biiluuke

    Mixed Media
    24″ X 20″

    $1,950


  • Pretty Eagle

    Mixed Media
    20″ X 10″

    $800


  • Gifts of the Sacred

    Mixed Media
    40″ X 30″

    $4,800


  • Those Blessed Riders

    Mixed Media
    24″ X 30″

    $2,900


  • He Who Gives the Right

    Mixed Media
    24″ X 18″

    $1,800


  • Long Otter

    Mixed Media
    12″ X 9″

    SOLD


  • Three Kings Come

    Mixed Media
    60″ X 48″

    SOLD


  • Hello Patriarchy

    Mixed Media
    16″ X 20″

    $1,300

  • Romantic

    Mixed Media
    11″ X 14″

    SOLD


  • Exoticized

    Mixed Media
    11″ X 14″

    SOLD


Artist Bio

At 27 years old, Crow/Northern Cheyenne artist Ben Pease stands firmly upon the ideal of education via creativity, as a contemporary storyteller. He and his family are currently residing near Bozeman, MT, USA.
Pease’s work is well known for its unique and culturally relevant style using historic photographic references while also touching on current events and issues simultaneously. You may have seen his use of both antique and contemporary items collaged into his work to create literal and conceptual reference points.
As minorities in the world of Art, contemporary Indigenous artists are confronting issues like cultural appropriation, exotification, racism and stereotype disguised as appreciation and oblivion. Pease’s work continually yet respectfully asks how & why?

“Many times, the question is more important than the answer. What really matters, is the path.”

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