Current Happenings


Small serigraph editions available. Top left clockwise:

Indin Daze: Yellow (2018), serigraph, four color, edition: 25 (16 available), 8 x 8 inches, white Stonehenge

New Mexico Rain (2018), serigraph, two color, edition: 40 (11 available), 9 x 6 inches, acid free drawing paper

Untitled 2 (2018), serigraph, three color, edition: 30 (18 available), 7 x 7.5 inches, white Stonehenge

Lodge (2016), serigraph, four color, edition 2/35, 6.5 x 7.5 inches, black Stonehenge

Elevated 3.5 (2018), serigraph, two color, edition: 25 plus 4AP (4 available), 4 x 4 inches, white Stonehenge

Old Man Sun (2018), serigraph, two color, edition: 15 (5 available), 7 x 5 inches, white Stonehenge

Elevated 3 (2018), serigraph, four color, edition: 25 (7 available), 7 x 5 inches, acid free printmaking paper

Sun & Moon (2018), serigraph, four color, edition: 15 (5 available), 7 x 5 inches, white Stonehenge


Current Exhibition


Ralph T. Coe Center for the Arts, Santa Fe, NM

August 14, 2018—March 31, 2019


Santa Fe Reporter (August 8, 2018) cover art designed by the Ralph T. Coe Center for the Arts IMPRINT artists: Terran Last Gun (Amskapi Piikani), Jason Garcia (Santa Clara Pueblo Tewa), Jamison Chas Banks (Seneca-Cayuga/Cherokee), Jacob Meders (Mechoopda/Maidu), Eliza Naranjo Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo Tewa), and Dakota Mace (Dine).



Upcoming Exhibition

The Young Americans

Rainmaker Gallery, Bristol, UK

March 21—June 8, 2019


Terran Last Gun 

Hecho a Mano, Santa Fe, NM

May 31, 2019


Terran Last Gun 

LOOM Indigenous Art Gallery, Gallup, NM

August 10, 2019


Upcoming Market

Native Treasure Art Market

Santa Fe Convention Center, Santa Fe, NM

May 24–26, 2019


Past Exhibition

SFAI 2018 Story Maps Fellowship 

Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM

November 30—December 21, 2018


2018 SFAI Story Maps Fellowship, Terran Last Gun, Mobile Integrated Health Office (MIHO), City of Santa Fe Fire Department 

For the last nine months I’ve been working with the Santa Fe Fire Department, Mobile Integrated Health Office (MIHO) and learning how they serve the community through the various programs they manage and by being mission-driven and analyzing 911 data. Although, the department stands ready at a moments notice to respond to structure fires, it is surprising to learn that an overwhelming number of the departments 911 calls are for medical, health, problematic substance abuse related problems. It was through the 911 data and dispatch codes that I found stories to map.

PSYCH (25)—excerpt from the patient care report: Upon arrival a 47 year old female stated she was having a severe bi-polar episode at her house and wanted to be taken to Christus St. Vincent for treatment and evaluation. Patient was found in moderate distress and answering appropriately with strong voice. Patient ambulatory without assistance. Transported to CSV.

Terran Last Gun

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Lloyd Kiva New Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

February 16—September 16, 2018


Mural 3 (2018), acrylic on wall



Night Sky (2018), acrylic on diptych canvas, Private Collection





Home is a Life Journey (2017–2018) Collaboration mural by Eliza Naranjo Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo) and Terran Last Gun (Amskap Piikani)


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