Department of the Interior Indian Arts & Crafts Board
Arizona Art Alliance
Native American Art Magazine February/March 2021 Issue
The Apache Messenger Volume 9, Number 51- December 2019
Southwest Art Magazine- December January 2019-2020 issue
Native Peoples Magazine- September/October 2013
The Apache Messenger Volume 3, Number 4- January 2013
Culture and Customs of the Apache Indians By Veronica E. Velarde Tiller - 2010
Native Peoples Magazine- July/August 2009
Native American Times- Volume XII, Number X- March 2006
The Pioneer- Volume 1, Number 26- September 2005
PAST SHOWS & EXHIBITIONS
Nov 27- December 24 2020 IAIA Holiday Art Market, Santa Fe New Mexico
November 2020 51st Annual Mountain Oyster Club Contemporary Western Art Show & Sale
Sept 2020- The Gateway International Painting Competition, Online-Finalist: Representational Professional Category
2020 Southwest Art Magazine ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE Competition. 100 Runners Up
May 2020 46th Annual Phippen Museum Western Art Show & Sale, Online- Best of Show, First Place
FASO October 2019 BOLDBRUSH PAINTING Competition. Top Favorite 15%
2019 Southwest Art Magazine ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE Competition. 100 Runners Up
The Red Show: A Singular Creation Online Competition, July 1-14, 2019 Top Five Finalist
June 5-July 28, 2018 All Art Arizona Exhibition, Gilbert Arizona
September 21-24, 2017 Gila County Fair, Globe, AZ. Best of Show , 2 First Places, 1 Second, 1 Third
July 8-9, 2017- 20th Annual Prescott Indian Art Market Prescott, Arizona
November 12, 2016- Apache Gathering Arts & Crafts Show Peridot, Arizona
April 1, 5, 2015- Mt. Turnbull Art Exhibit & Competition Bylas, Arizona First Place
April 12,13, 2014-Mt. Turnbull Art Exhibit & Competition Bylas, Arizona First Place
March 1 & 2, 2014- 56th Annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market, Phoenix, AZ
September 19-21, 2013- 44th Annual Gila County Fair, Globe, AZ Best of Show & 5 First Places
Jan 31, 2013 - A Singular Creation Online Juried Exhibition- Honorable Mention
Jan 7, 2013 - Feb 4, 2013- Vida e Cafée, Solo Exhibit, Globe, AZ
March 3,4, 2012-54th Annual Heard Guild Indian Fair & Market. Phoenix, AZ
Nov 2011 -Nov 2012- Visions of Arizona Art Exhibition,House of Representatives, Phoenix, AZ
Nov 2011- Native American Heritage Month Exhibition-
July-September 2011- Arizona Art Alliance Cycle 6 Exhibition, Scottsdale, Arizona
August 2011 Oil Painters of America, Associate Online Showcase Competition
May 28,29,30, 2011 37th Annual Phippen Museum Western Art Show & Sale- Prescott, AZ
March 5-6, 2011 53rd Annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market, Phoenix, AZ
October 16, 2010 Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce' Apache Jii Celebration- Globe, Arizona
June 19, 2010 Altermann Galleries Western Art Auction- Santa Fe, N M
July 2009 22nd Annual Native American Art Festival- Hon-dah Casino Resort, AZ Featured Artist, Best of Show 2nd place
May 2009 35th Annual Western Art Show & Sale- Prescott, AZ
Nov 2008 Mountain Oyster Club 39th Annual Contemporary Western Art Show & Sale- Tucson, AZ
October 2008 Sentimental Journey Exhibition- Globe, AZ
October 2008 25th Annual Apache Day Celebration- Globe, AZ
July 2008 21st Annual Native American Art Festival- Pinetop/Lakeside, AZ Buyer's Choice Award, Artist of the Year
Nov 2007- Feb 10, 2008 Native Myths & Legends Exhibition- Phippen Museum, Prescott,AZ- Best of Show
March 2007 49th Annual Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market, Phoenix, AZ
Sept 2006: CVCA Wild West Exhibition-Globe, AZ. Best of Show, Honorable Mention
August 2006 SWAIA Indian Market-Santa Fe, N M- Second Place
March 2006 48th Annual Heard Museum Indian Market, Phoenix, AZ. Honorable Mention
October 2005 First Annual Sedona Indian Market, Sedona, AZ
July 2005 CVCA One Man Exhibition- Globe, AZ
2005 CVCA Tiny Topography Exhibition- Globe, AZ
2005 CVCA Regeneration Exhibition- Globe, AZ
2004 21st Annual Apache Day Celebration- Globe, AZ
1997 CVCA Local Color Exhibition- Globe, AZ- Best of Show
1996 Arts For The Parks-Jackson Hole, WY- Top 100, Award of Excellence
1989 White Hills Indian Arts & Crafts- Camp Verde, AZ
1978 IAIA Graduate Exhibition- Santa Fe NM
"Thank you so much. I love what you do !!
All the best to you as an artist too!"
Sophia Milos, Actress "Miami CSI"
"With greatest respect for your artistry and dedication to the Apache people, I thank you constantly for the privilege you granted in letting me acquire "Above All Adversities" a dozen years ago! I have gazed on the painting every day since, sometimes for long periods, while remembering the years I lived in San Carlos nearly 4 decades ago. The precious gift of your talent keeps me connected to a critical part of my life. Thank you, Lorenzo! Thank you very much. With warmest wishes".
Mike Stewart MD (Seattle WA)
I had the opportunity to meet Lorenzo this day on March 14, 2016 and saw for the very first time his exquisite paintings of his Apache people. Lorenzo is the oral historian of his people with the use of his brush and bringing to life the people who are so close and dear to him. His work ranks right up there with the best of traditional American artists with the likes of Remington, Russell and Farnby. There's no need to elaborate on his methods or technique as that is beyond the comprehension of art aficionados who simply want fine art that expresses a certain mood and capturing a particular moment in time. It is these frozen time frames that captures the very essence of Apacheria. Lorenzo sets the standards for contemporary Indian artists who will simply have to work much harder to convey their messages through their art.
Don Decker/Dilzhe'eh Apache/Film maker/Video maker.
"I enjoy the honor of having on our entry wall your beautiful oil of the Princess ("Apache Trail Morning"), with the black Indian blanket. I visited with you, Phippen Art show, Prescott, AZ. A true joy".
" Lorenzo is a very talented painter. Next time I'm in Arizona I intend to look him up."
Lucia St. Claire, Author-"Ghost Warrior"
"My wife and I were surfing the Net and saw your website. BEAUTIFUL WORK!!! "
David S. Nevarez, Author-
Another prominent artist is the San Carlos realism painter Lorenzo Cassa. Cassa states that his art is about the beauty of being Native specifically Apache. He viewed his art as: “Life, in the simplest terms of the spiritual awakening that results with climbing the hills and hearing an elk bugle, watching an eagle soaring through a canyon, walking through the forest, listening to a stream; you know, the connection with nature and being mesmerized with all of creation. One does not tire from being in the presence of the Creator. I believe this is what my forefathers fought, and many died for.”
Veronica E. Velarde Tillar, Author