Ishi Glinsky
Tohono O'odham Basket
20" x 27" x 27"

Ishi Glinsky
Tohono O'odham Basket
20" x 27" x 27"

7000 E. Tanque Verde Road, Ste. 7, Tucson, Arizona 85715
North side of Tucson Desert Art Museum​
(520) 202-3888  | desertartmuseum@gmail.com

Ishi Glinsky is a Native American artist born in Tucson, Arizona. Currently, Glinsky resides and works in Los Angeles, CA.  Whether it is through painting, installation and sculpture, Glinsky’s work celebrates the historical significance of North American Native tribes, including his own Tohono O’odham Nation. Glinsky creates modern interpretations of ceremonial practices, cultural techniques and historical events.

He presents two-dimensional oil paintings of Tohono O’odham style baskets from the early 20th century, turning these paintings into geometric studies of the color and fiber prevalent in the original sacred designs. In addition, he reinterprets his Nation’s bailing wire baskets, finding this material ideal for creating the sculptural baskets.  


​​For pricing information, please call the Four Corners Gallery at (520) 202-3888

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