Gloria Tara Lowery, Lumbee Artist
Gloria Lowery is a retired art teacher with the Public Schools of Robeson County. Her works have been shown in the Museum of the Southeast American Indian (formerly known as the Native American Resource Center) and across North Carolina in various venues for many years.
“I have always felt a powerful connection with the spiritual world, and have always known that the ancient people of this land continue to walk among us. They are always ready to guide, comfort, and protect us. The Native people of this land share a special link with those ancient spirits, though sometimes their ethereal existence escapes us. However, through my work, the gap usually present between the veil that separates us thins, and I can not only see their familiar images, but hear their happy, joyous voices as they traverse the intangible planes.”
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