Ka’ila Farrell-Smith

G'EE'LA (Earth in Klamath)
Done in collaboration with Master Printer Judith Baumann at Crow’s Shadow

M is for Mak'Lak, W is for White: Authentic Indian Design
oil paint on linen

Ka’ila Farrell-Smith is a contemporary Klamath Modoc visual artist based in Modoc Point, Oregon. The conceptual framework of her practice focuses on channeling research through a creative flow of  experimentation and artistic playfulness rooted in Indigenous aesthetics and abstract formalism. Utilizing  painting and traditional Indigenous art practices, her work explores space in-between the Indigenous and western paradigms. Ka’ila displays work in the form of paintings, objects, and self-curated installations.