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Yvette White

Visual Art Mohawk (Wolf Clan) Akwesasne
Yvette White’s abstract paintings convey the vibrancy of nature and movement, combining geometric and organic abstraction with impressionistic tendencies. She also works in digital art, ceramics, and photography, among other mediums. Yvette draws from her personal struggles and strengths, touching on such subjects as the intergenerational trauma carried by descendants of residential school survivors; anxiety and depression; domestic violence; substance abuse; and grief.
Yvette holds a fine arts diploma from St. Lawrence College (through the Iohahiio Adult Education Center) and a bachelor’s in studio art from SUNY Potsdam. She has exhibited in shows with the Native North American Traveling College (NNATC) and placed third in the annual Akwesasne Art Wars in 2018. In 2022, she received a second-place award in the Akwesasne Art Market and juried show and in the Adirondack Experience at Blue Mountain Lake juried show in the annual Abanaki Mohawk Art Market. In 2023, she earned a Juror’s Choice Award at the Akwesasne Art Market and juried show.

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